Introducing Cyanite’s Detail View
If you like to explore music data in a visual format, we have news for you. Our Detail View is now live and it is maybe the world’s most advanced AI-driven graphical interface for music.
The level of granularity is truly amazing with each visualization showing all the data points for an in-depth analysis of your music.
Here is what you get in the Detail View:
- colorful graphs for each section such as Genre, Mood, Voices, Instruments, and more
- ability to see the dynamic changes in a piece of music
- ability to customize graphs and data for a clearer and better view.
To show you how it works, we analyzed one of the songs we find most interesting from a data standpoint – ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen. Keep reading to see the detailed analysis or check the Detail View yourself in the Cyanite app.
An in-depth analysis of ’Bohemian Rhapsody’
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ has quite a lot going on. It starts as an acapella, carries on as a ballad, then progresses to almost an opera, then there is a rock bit, and finally the ending. But this is just the first sight.
Here is what our detailed AI analysis reveals:
The main genre is rock. But at some points, the AI determines rock as low as 0.05 and other genres take over such as classical and pop.
The three dominant moods are energetic, chilled, and sad. The track is most sad in the beginning, but then it picks up a pace and alternates between energetic and uplifting to end on another chilled note.
The least present moods are sexy and happy. It is a very heavy song after all.
As you might have guessed, in this song bass, bass guitar, electric guitar, and percussion are mostly present. But piano especially carries the song through almost all of Freddie Mercury’s solo parts and toward the end. The piano was actually Freddie Mercury’s most favored instrument though his vocals quickly overshadowed his piano skills.
Finally, here is a snapshot of augmented keywords for Bohemian Rhapsody which provides additional insight on what emotions and moods the song can evoke in listeners.
If you enjoyed this read, check out the Detail View for yourself and see what insights you can discover about your favorite tracks.
I want to try out Cyanite’s AI platform – how can I get started?
If you want to get a first grip on how Cyanite works, you can also register for our free web app to analyze music and try out similarity searches without any coding needed.