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Music Discovery

With its patent pending graph-based recommendation algorithms, Melodia makes it easy to offer the right new music for your users to explore. With over 3000 genres, one million artists, and 16 million tracks in its catalog, Melodia also provides a wide variety of music to discover, from Country Rock to French Hip Hop to Avant-Garde Classical!

Personalized Recommendation

Melodia’s API offers a simple way to get personalized recommendations tailored to the user. With one single call (see explore.getExploreItems), you get customized track, artist, and genre suggestions dynamically curated to the user’s unique taste profile. Melodia’s recommendation engine analyzes all the user’s historical data (such as liked tracks and artists, skipped tracks, most frequently played tracks, etc.) to offer optimized new music for the user to explore. Melodia also extrapolates its suggestions by comparing the user to other users with similar taste profiles (collaborative filtering open new tab) to offer a more humanistic approach to its recommendations.

Multi-Seed Exploration

For a more customized approach, Melodia’s API allows you to effortlessly find similar items to one or more given seed items. Melodia’s graph-based techniques inherently allows for a more efficient and superior multi-seed exploration functionality compared to other technologies. Whereas other services merely offer similar items based on generic, global similarity measures, Melodia takes a much more methodical and personalized approach to finding the optimal set of items.

Similar items can be found based on either track, artist, or genre seeds. For more information on the API calls, see explore.getSimilarTracks, explore.getSimilarArtists, and explore.getSimilarGenres

Melodia provides a powerful yet simple search interface to the millions of tracks, artists, and genres in its catalog. Search by name, artist, style, year, etc., and get personalized results tailored to the user making the query. For more information, see explore.search.