Music.AI launches third-party AI modules Masterchannel and Cyanite on its platform
“We realise that it’s rarely a single AI technology that a partner needs to leverage, so we built an ecosystem capable of combining multiple technologies in a single place.”
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AI-powered music solutions platform Music.AI has launched two third-party AI modules on its platform that are now available to all users: Masterchannel’s AI mastering and spatial audio mastering and Cyanite’s AI-based music tagging and search solutions.
With the introduction of the new modules, Music.AI expands its hub of best-in-class AI technologies, offering businesses an array of drag-and-drop modules from multiple suppliers in a single platform.
The result, it says, is the creation of an ecosystem on the platform for companies looking to build a foundation and quickly adopt AI into their workflows at scale needless of a in-house research and development team.
Masterchannel, for one, has been pioneering industry-first AI approaches to conventional mastering and now also spatial audio mastering. Digital streaming platforms have recently created incentives for labels to create spatial audio mixes for their platforms. Leveraging Music.AI, record labels can now easily combine Music.AI’s high-fidelity stem separation with Masterchannel’s Spatial Audio Mastering module to efficiently process and remaster extensive catalogues.
Cyanite, on the other hand, provides AI-based solutions that automatically generate comprehensive creative metadata for every song or catalogue in seconds. From genre and mood to instruments and tempo, Cyanite extracts a rich set of valuable tags directly from any audio file. Together with state-of-the-art search algorithms, this helps labels, publishers, production music libraries, DSPs, and radio and TV stations better and more efficiently organise, manage, and distribute their media catalogues.
“With a blend of creativity and expertly developed AI models, Music.AI is well-positioned to become the world’s most comprehensive and capable AI ecosystem specialising in music and audio,” says Matt Henninger, VP of Sales and Business Development. “We realise that it’s rarely a single AI technology that a partner needs to leverage, so we built an ecosystem capable of combining multiple technologies in a single place.”
The company adds that it plans to partner with specialists in the coming months to launch more AI-driven solutions that can be combined, integrated, and deployed quickly.
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