Mention “AI music” and most people seem to think of AI-generated music. In other words, they picture a robot, machine or application composing, creating and possibly performing music by itself; essentially what musicians already do very well. First,...
The music industry is technology-driven. As new technologies become mainstream, how customers use them affects how music industry players organize their catalogs. Even though traditional structures make it a challenge for music labels, publishing houses, and...
In the course of launching CYANITE as an AI tool for the music industry that should change the way music is analzed, classified and worked with, Music Ally featured us with an interesting read. As we draw much inspiration and information about the latest happenings...
CYANITE: Making emotions within songs visible with artificial intelligence The award-winning team from German music-startup Groovecat releases the first freely accessible application that visualizes the emotional profile of songs based on artificial intelligence....
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