Your one-stop shop for all things music metadata
what we do
Decibel Music Systems Ltd. brings you the most in-depth knowledge in the music intelligence community. Our graph-based database holds over 100 fields of data per track, allowing app developers to craft the most powerful and insightful forms of music discovery.
what we offer
We offer API access, as well as custom services in music database management, music research, and more! Our API has been created through the collaborative effort of data scientists and musicologists. We've designed the Decibel database to include basic recording information (track name, album, artist, duration), in addition to the deep, recording-level data unique to our API. We also have biographies for select artists, optimised for both web and mobile platforms.
what you can do
Decibel is the premier resource to create recommendation services based on behind-the-scene tastemakers, linking songs and artists through shared producers, engineers, session artists, and more. We provide inherent music expertise that will allow you to deliver superior satisfaction to your customers through powerful, intuitive, and personalized user experiences.
For a full list of the possible data points for any given recording, click here.
Decibel also offers various custom services, including data cleansing and content and advisory services. We also have a research team that can be mobilized to find specialized content for your catalogue. Please don’t hesitate to ask about anything to add to your metadata needs.
For a full list of our services including increased data on app developer level API access, please contact us at email@example.com
“The most in-depth music metadata data you’re likely to find anywhere”
– Yahoo! Finance
More sociable than social media, Przemek keeps the conversation going and the spirits up in the Decibel office and beyond. He is a digital strategist with several years of experience working in the music industry with companies such as EMI Music Ltd. and UMG. He is also a PhD candidate at the University of Warsaw, specializing in the literature of the Middle Ages and the Age of Enlightenment.