“Cyanite’s vision is to create a universal translation intelligence for music – an intelligence that can translate music into anything and anything into music…”

On May 18th 2022, Cyanite was interviewed by Synchtank’s blog alongside AIMS founder Martin Nedved. Our CMO Jakob Höflich talked to Synchtank about Cyanite’s philosophy and concrete use cases.

The article focuses on the future of music search and the latest developments in metadata and music tagging. It outlines the ways Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the industry bringing in a plethora of opportunities for catalog owners from classifying catalogs to finding the right fitting songs for sync briefs in a matter of seconds. Finally, it reveals some innovative developments at Cyanite that change the nature of music search as you know it.

To read the artilce and learn more about AI developments, similarity algorithms, and music information retreival head over to Synchtank’s blog – High Fidelity: How Can Advancements in AI Music Metadata Revolutionize Sync?

We were invited to contribute to Synchtank’s blog by Emma Griffiths, Synchtank’s content manager.

I want to integrate AI in my service as well – how can I get started?

Please contact us with any questions about our Cyanite AI via sales@cyanite.ai. You can also directly book a web session with Cyanite co-founder Markus here.

If you want to get the first grip on Cyanite’s technology, you can also register for our free web app to analyze music and try similarity searches without any coding needed.

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