Syncfloor awarded patent for ‘natural language search’ of music catalogue
Posted on: 15 février 2021, by : Joe Sparrow

SyncFloor, the music discovery and licensing platform, has been awarded a technology patent for the key part of its platform designed with the needs of video production teams in mind: its “natural language search.”
As CEO Kirt Debique explained to Music Ally in our Startup Files piece in June 2020, SyncFloor believes it can generate more licensing deals by allowing music supervisors to search through catalogues of music in a language aligned with their workflow: ”we can recognise a search request of ‘a song like the one from American Beauty.’”.
SyncFloor now holds the patent for its method of music identification, categorisation and serving the results to the user.
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Source: Music ally

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