In the last article on the blog, we covered how Cyanite’s Similarity Search can be used in music catalogs. In this article, we explore another way to search for songs using Dynamic Keyword Search and how to leverage it to create mood- and contextual-based playlists. ...
Traditional ways to search for music included music retrieval by the artist and title. But with a growing offering of different music other ways to retrieve music information were needed and became prevalent in the music industry. According to the research, people...
We continue writing about the Data Pyramid and in this article we finalize the series with an overview of the fourth level of the pyramid – Intelligence. The supreme discipline of data utilization and a path to success when done right. Other articles in the...
This analysis example gives you a comprehensive overview of Cyanite’s auto-tagging scope. Whether you are thinking about integrating Cyanite into to your platform or just want to get a general idea of AI tagging in action, this data sheet is for you! To show you how...
This article is a continuation of the series on the Data Pyramid which allows to turn music data into actionable insights. In this part of the series, we review the third step of the Data Pyramid – Knowledge. For details on all articles in the series, see below: How...
This article is a continuation of the series “How to Turn Music Data into Actionable Insights”. We will explore the second step of the Data Pyramid – Information and Visualizations. For details on the first step – Data – you can see the article here....
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