Announcing emotional profile, energy level, energy dynamics and voice information accessible via the Cyanite GraphQL API.
As of today it is possible to query a lot of new data for your library via our GraphQL API. All the new data is already available without having to reanalyze the tracks.
Here a quick overview over the new metrics:
The Energy Level is a label for the intensity of an analysed track which can be either
low Energy Level indicates a calm overall appearance of a track while a
high one stands for more strong and powerful characteristics. A track with a
variable energy level will hold steady changes in its intensity profile.
With Energy Dynamics, we label the progression of the Energy Level throughout the duration of the music piece, where a
low Energy Dynamics label stands for a stable trend and a
high one depicts a strong variance between
high Energy Levels. Is the Energy Dynamic labeled as
high it implies a
variable Energy Level (s.o.).
The energy profile describes the tendency of a track expressing either a
negative emotion. Tracks with steady changes in their emotive expression will be labelled as
With Emotional Dynamics, we label the progression of the Emotional Profile throughout the duration of the music piece, where a
low Emotional Dynamics label stands for a stable trend and a
high one depicts a strong variance between low and high Emotional Profiles. Is the Emotional Dynamic labeled as
high it implies a variable Emotional Profile (s.o.).
The Voice Mean Scores depict the portions of the track containing
male singing voice or being
Voice Presence Profile
This label describes the amount of singing voice throughout the full duration of the track and may be
Predominant Voice Gender
This label indicates if the predominant singing voice holds more likely
male characteristics. It may be
none if no singing voice is detected.
Query Execution Example
Test the query on the GraphQL Playground