BPM Supreme record pool to integrate Cyanite’s artificial intelligence

The digital record pool BPM Supreme from San Diego will soon use the algorithms of the Berlin and Mannheim-based technology company Cyanite for the indexing and recommendation of music. The AI enables BPM Supreme to suggest music according to moods and to provide users with individualized music suggestions. BPM Supreme is one of the world’s first online music services for DJs that integrates algorithms to enhance the user experience. 

BPM Supreme is one of the world’s leading digital record pools. For a monthly fee DJs get unlimited access to the entire catalog featuring thousands of new releases and exclusive remixes. The BPM Supreme brand also includes a new online sample library for producers and music makers, BPM Create, as well as a record pool specialized in Latino music, BPM Latino. BPM Latino will also integrate Cyanite’s algorithms. 

Supported by Cyanite’s Deep Learning technology, the music search on BPM Supreme will be made even more intuitive, e.g. by introducing moods as search categories. BPM Supreme users will be able to find suitable music for their DJ sets and playlists easily and optimize them with the help of intelligent recommendations. 

With the cooperation with BPM Supreme, Cyanite has taken on board its first major customer in North America. In addition, SWR, Mediengruppe RTL, NEUBAU Music and Meisel Music as well as production music providers Soundtaxi, Filmmusic.io and RipCue Music already use Cyanite’s technology. 

Jakob Höflich, founder and co-director of Cyanite: “As an innovative music company, BPM Supreme embodies the ability to break through the industry adapting to the constantly evolving market state. Started in 2006 with the physical distribution of CDs, they progressed along to music digitalization and are now pioneering a step into the AI age. We are very proud that Cyanite is its partner for this and we are very much looking forward to working with them“. 

Angel “AROCK” Castillo, Founder and CEO of BPM Supreme said: “Together with Cyanite we will enter the next phase of BPM Supreme towards an AI driven future and enable our users to find music even better with state-of-the-art discovery functions.” 

Anyone wishing to try Cyanite’s technology can register for the Web App free of charge and upload music or integrate Cyanite into an existing database system via a programming interface. 

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