We are proud to announce our latest API update. This update includes new sub-genres, improved genres, improved similarity search, and more. For details, see full documentation here.
Now let’s take a closer look at it!
New Sub-Genre Classifiers
A ton of new sub-genres were added to the existing ones. Among them: blues-rock, folk-rock, hard rock, indie alternative, psychedelic progressive rock, punk, rock-and-roll, pop-soft-rock, abstract IDM left field, breakbeat DnB, deep house, electro, house, minimal, synth-pop, tech house, techno, trance, contemporary RnB, gangsta, jazzy hip-hop, pop-rap, trap, black metal, death metal, doom metal, heavy metal, metalcore, nu-metal, disco, funk, gospel, neo-soul, soul, big band swing, bebop, contemporary jazz, easy listening, fusion, Latin jazz, smooth jazz, country, and folk.
Improved Genre Classifier
The genre classifiers have also been improved to give more accurate results. The country, folk, and punk genres are now deprecated to be replaced by the country, folk, and punk sub-genres.
Improved Similarity Search
The algorithm powering the Similarity Search has been improved. The Similarity Search now yields better results when searching for similar tracks based on musical features.
Removal of old GraphQL API types
Finally, we completely removed everything InDepthAnalysis related from our GraphQL schema.
To see the full list of changes, head over here.
Go ahead and start coding
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.
If you are a coder and want to join the ride, please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.