PRESS RELEASE Cyanite announces new investors to support vision of universal music translation New investment round fuels Cyanite’s goal to develop universal intelligence that understands, connects, and recommends the world’s music Berlin, July 27, 2022...
PRESS RELEASE Cyanite appoints Jay Ahern as Director of Music Industry Relations Mannheim/Berlin, March 10, 2022 – Music industry veteran Jay Ahern joins the further growth of Cyanite as Director of Music Industry Relations and brings with him an impressive...
Cyanite presents a new way to search for music characterized by increased accuracy and precision of search – Keyword Search by Weights. The Keyword Search by Weights allows for searching tracks based on multiple keywords simultaneously where each keyword can be...
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...
PRESS RELEASE APM Music partners with Cyanite to Enhance Music Tagging Mannheim/Berlin/Los Angeles, September 9, 2021 – APM Music, the largest production music library in North America, and Cyanite, a technology company developing a suite of AI-powered music...
Introducing Cyanite’s Detail View If you like to explore music data in a visual format, we have news for you. Our Detail View is now live and it is maybe the world’s most advanced AI-driven graphical interface for music. The level of granularity is truly amazing...
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