We are proud to announce the latest API update. This update includes 8 new instrument classifiers, improved BPM, Key, and Time Signature detection, and improved Similarity Search. For details, see full documentation here:...
In this article, we present the common challenge of inconsistencies of keyword tagging in music databases. We discuss what causes these problems and how Cyanite developed a Keyword Cleaning system to automatically solve and overcome these. We will present four use...
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:...
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...
Introducing Cyanite’s new features We have implemented feedback from Cyanite users around the world into our latest version and are more than excited to finally launch it. This version includes AI tagging for your own songs, sonic similarity searches for your...
PRESS RELEASE: RTL integrates Cyanite’s recommendation algorithms into its own production music library FAR MUSIC The Mannheim-based technology company Cyanite enriches the in-house production music library FAR MUSIC of Mediengruppe RTL GmbH with its...
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