Cyanite API Update – Version 6 now live!

Cyanite API Update – Version 6 now live!

After months of hard work, our new API update is finally live! Part of the new classifier generation are our 13 new moods, EDM sub-genres, percussion and the sound-based musical era of a song. Here you can find the new API generation’s full documentation:...
PR: BPM Supreme integrates Cyanite’s algorithms

PR: BPM Supreme integrates Cyanite’s algorithms

PRESS RELEASE   BPM Supreme is the first digital record pool worldwide to integrate Cyanite’s artificial intelligence for individual music recommendation  The digital record pool BPM Supreme from San Diego will soon use the algorithms of the Berlin and...
Free White Paper: 8 Tips How To Organize Your Music Catalog Better

Free White Paper: 8 Tips How To Organize Your Music Catalog Better

Only a song found is a song licensed. However, in big music databases, many great songs will be left undiscovered due to differences in metadata. Whether that is caused by several people with different interpretations working on your catalogue, or because you acquired...
The 4 essential steps for analyzing music with neural networks

The 4 essential steps for analyzing music with neural networks

The article was written by Cyanite data scientist Philipp Scholze. Intro As written in an earlier blog article, we at Cyanite focus on the analysis of music by using artificial intelligence (AI) in form of neural networks. Neural networks can be utilized for many...