It enables broadcasters and content providers to log and monitor any number of audio streams (radio, TV,…) from any input and any format. SoundID offers an advanced automatic sound identification solution combined with a robust set of features, e.g. allowing to find recurring sequences in linear broadcasts.
The SoundID solution contains an outstanding report generator fit to create any report by any criteria and filter.
SoundID also provides additional audio recognition services such as discovering new sounds (for automatic database enhancement and marketing support) and focuses on broadcast confirmation, playlist consolidation and copyright protection.
Principal element of the solution: the IDLibrary
A combination of smart Engines
This module detects known content in a broadcast stream by comparing the live signature generated out of it with all signatures stored in the IDLibrary.
This engine allows to detect and tag music OR speech samples in a broadcast stream with time stamping. It helps to identify the exact proportion of music versus speech in a stream.
It searches for repeated content in one or more sources over an extended period of time to detect new content like ads, songs, jingles, interviews or any other audio sequence.
It analyzes the audio streams to detect and output a BPM (beats per minute) overview of the musical parts of the stream.
SoundID, an end-to-end audio analysis solution
Types of media to monitor
A solution ready for integration
A professional solution designed for…
- virtually unlimited number of input streams to be analyzed
- audio based analysis: radio, TV, recordings,…
- bunch of independent smart engines
- management of your custom sounds: music, ads, jingles,…
- recognition of known sounds
- discovery of unknown sounds
- automatic playlist generation from analyzed streams
- multiple outputs, statistics & fully customizable reporting
Thanks to a modular architecture composed of plug & play engines, SoundID is designed for stand-alone stations as well as for large radio or TV networks.