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...
One and only Music Ally covered us in their latest StartupFiles. In an interview with two of Cyanite’s co-founders, Markus and Jakob, they explain how we want to “act as the Google Translate of music tagging” in an era of huge catalogue acquisitions....
About SWR SWR is not only Germany’s 3rd biggest radio station but also investing heavily in the future of radio via its own innovation entity SWR audiolab. Their goal is to develop new radio experiences to attract audiences who no longer listen to traditional radio....
According to a McKinsey report, 70% of companies are expected to adopt some kind of AI technology by 2030. The music industry is not an exception. Yet, when it comes to AI, skepticism often overshadows the potential. AI is thought to be a job killer and a force that...
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...
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...
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