Forums » Announcements Search

ENMFP matching accuracy downtime New Reply

Author Post
Posts: 202
Registered: Sep 05, 2008

Hi all --

Due to some helpful forum members we've uncovered an issue with our ENMFP matching backend datastore.

We're speedily working on this. We expect to have it fixed (or more news) by Wednesday of this week (June 13.)

In the meantime, matching performance on ENMFP will be lower than expected. You will receive a lot more false negatives than usual.

We'll update this when we know more.

Posts: 3
Registered: Jun 10, 2012

On the plus side, however, the ENMFP has matched over 60% of a difficult dataset! I am very happy since that save me a lot of work. On the negative side, many of the labels are useless! This is always a problem with classical music, e.g.,

classical.00014.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 4. Finale (Presto) classical.00015.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 1. Adagio - Allegro classical.00016.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 2. Andante classical.00017.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 3. Finale (Presto) classical.00018.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 1. Adagio - Allegro classical.00019.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 2. Andante con moto classical.00020.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 3. Menuetto (Allegretto) classical.00021.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 4. Finale (Allegro) classical.00022.wav ::: Academy of St. Martin in the Fields ::: 1. Molto allegro

The artist is the Academy, and the piece, well known, 4. Finale (Presto).

Who is the composer? What is the larger work???

Not a fault of the ENMFP, but just a problem all around in the data collection. :)

Thanks for your excellent work!

Posts: 202
Registered: Sep 05, 2008

Hi all -- an update, as of right now the accuracy should be back at acceptable levels (no more false negatives.)

However, the index is still slightly out of date. This should only affect matching accuracy for songs released in the last few months. We're speedily working on that part and should have that up to date (and then up to date in general) within a week or two.

Reply to this Thread

You must log in to post a reply.