A music library stands out by its content but also by how fast, intuitive and easy the users can find the music they need. In other words: A unique catalog + an outstanding user experience = key factors for success. So how can you optimize the user experience to...
At Cyanite we empower music companies to take their catalogs and music search to the next level with the help of AI. At the same time, our API can be used by anyone to develop their own breakthrough products. This new article on the blog presents one of the creative...
In our first case study video interview with MySphera, we explore how the artist to tastemaker matchmaking platform integrated Cyanite’s API and what kind of results they were able to get. We discuss the selection process for the music AI as well as...
Ever wondered what sonic identities are and how they can be created? Sonic identity is a fairly recent term, that means an audio representation of the brand’s voice, look and feel. When not actively engaging with visual content, the audience can passively listen...
The guest for this #CyaniteTalks is Sarah Mibus. Sarah is an expert in music selection and planning and she works in close contact with radio and TV broadcasting companies. She regularly holds seminars of different topics tied with the editorial world and she is a...
For this guest post we are glad to share Benjamin Doubali’s analysis on how to visualize sound. Benjamin studied sociology in Mainz and Paris. Through his work and research, he aims at exploring shifts in society, knowledge and everyday interactions under the...
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