Decisions in the music industry are increasingly made based on data. Services like Chartmetric, Spotify for Artists, or Facebook Business Manager among others are powerful tools to enable music industry teams to back up their work with data. This process of collective...
Music recommendation systems can significantly improve the listening and search experience of a music library or music application. Algorithmic recommender systems have become inevitable due to increased access to digital content. In the music industry, there is just...
As a music label, you know how hard it is to promote a new artist and cut through the noise. Most music advertising agencies and labels choose to do Facebook and Instagram marketing as an easy way to start. There are some important things you should know about setting...
As written in the earlier blog article, we at Cyanite focus on the analysis of music by using artificial intelligence (AI) in the form of neural networks. Neural networks in music can be utilized for many tasks like automatically detecting the genre or the mood of a...
Describing a certain feeling or emotion is one of the hardest things in the world, let alone trying to describe a feeling that you get from listening to a song. You have probably faced this challenge before when working in the music industry, whether you’re trying to...
Music listening is an integral and oftentimes purposeful activity in our daily lives. We listen to particular tracks in order to change our current emotional state or in order to maintain it. How we react to a particular song not only depends on the musical attributes...
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