In September 2022, Cyanite co-founder, Markus took part in a panel discussion at Production Music Conference 2022 in Los Angeles. The panel topic was to discuss the role of AI in a co-creative approach between humans and machines. The panel participants included Bruce...
One year ago, we analyzed the sound of 9 iconic German clubs and tried to uncover representative elements behind the musical curation of each club using Cyanite’s music analysis algorithms. Today we ask ourselves if our AI can shed light on how electronic music has...
In light of the scariest night of the year, we present the data story on movies for Halloween. We identify the dominant emotion in the movies’ soundtracks and analyze the scariest movie music-wise. Read on to find out more. Dracula Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a...
In the world of electronic music, shifting between different aliases allows artists to explore different sounds and demonstrate their versatility without transforming existing music identities too much. But is it really true that different aliases mean different sound...
Following the success of the article on German club sounds, published in March on the Cyanite blog, Terc0 – a group of creatives from Mexico searching, empowering, and promoting artistic talent, contacted us with the idea of a similar project for Mexican clubs...
A couple of weeks ago, Cyanite co-founder Jakob, gave a lecture in a music publishing class at Berlin’s BIMM Institute. The topic was to show and give concrete examples of AI’s real use cases in today’s music industry. The goal was to get away from the overload of...
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