Believe using ACRCloud to spot fake music before it’s distributed
Believe is the latest distributor to reveal how it plans to crack down on anyone attempting to upload other artists’ already-copyrighted music to digital music services through its pipeline. Believe has chosen Chinese firm...
July 16, 2019
Anghami adds music-recognition feature with ACRCloud
Spotify and Deezer may have ambitions to take a chunk out of its audience in the Middle East and North Africa, but local service Anghami remains the dominant audio-streaming player in the region for now, with more than 70...
November 21, 2018
Taiwan to get first music/humming recognition service
Taiwanese music firm Omusic is launching its own version of Shazam: a music and humming recognition service. It’ll help people identify songs that are playing in the real world, as well as getting them to hum into their...
January 13, 2016
The Wide World of Music Recognition (guest column)
As a Music Ally reader, you’ll be familiar with the audio-fingerprinting technology used by services like Shazam to identify music by comparing a small segment of a track with their millions-strong database of songs. With...
October 13, 2015