The Niland API utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) and audio processing capabilities to classify music titles and recognize related tracks. The API automatically generates search results and classification data using audio signals that it detects in music compositions. Its AI technology is equipped with capabilities for profiling music content, and this makes it easier for developers to understand the nature of music tracks as well. The Niland API can be deployed in a variety of organizational and analytical music applications, including metadata construction on music catalogues, content curation, and playlists generation. It is useful to stakeholders across the upstream and downstream ends of music industry’s value chain.
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