Muscle Fish LLC acquired by Audible Magic Corporation
October 17, 2000: Audible Magic Corporation, based in Los Gatos,
California, acquired Muscle Fish for an undisclosed amount. Muscle Fish
and Audible Magic are combining their technologies to create a family of
products for audio and music content management. Click
here for more information about
Audible Magic, and read the press
release for more information about the acquisition.
Audible Magic and Muscle Fish announce first birth
Audible Magic Corporation released a beta
version of Clango, the first in a new family of products
utilizing Muscle Fish's enabling technologies. Click here to learn all
about it, and to download a free copy of the application.
SoundFisher 1.0 available May 9, 2001
Muscle Fish is granted basic patent for audio content-based retrieval invention
U.S. patent number 5,918,223 was issued to
Muscle Fish for its Method and Article of Manufacture for Content-Based
Analysis, Storage, Retrieval and Segmentation of Audio Information.
You may see the patent
Trio Systems employs Muscle Fish DSP algorithms
Trio Systems LLC has released two new products that incorporate
Muscle Fish audio DSP algorithms to preprocess audio recordings, specifically
to improve their quality when encoded into RealNetworks's
G2 format. Trio Systems licensed and integrated Muscle Fish's AudioObject
and AudioDSP SDKs for
SoniClear, a standalone
application for Windows and
Panagram, a Web-based application. Panagram won Internet
World's Best of Show Spring 2000 award.
Virage uses Muscle Fish technology and services for AudioLogger
Virage's AudioLogger is a companion product to its popular VideoLogger
video indexing application. Muscle Fish has licensed its
audio content-based retrieval (CBR) API to Virage for these products. The C
function library is being used for audio analysis, classification, and search.
Muscle Fish is also providing consulting services for these projects. See
Mixman relies on Muscle Fish consulting services
Muscle Fish continues to assist in the development of
the Mixman product line -- truly interactive music entertainment products for
Windows and Macintosh.
Go to Mixman
for all the latest info.
Application developers license Muscle Fish libraries
New licensees of the Muscle Fish audio CBR (content-based
retrieval) C library include Virage, BBC, and Kodak.
Click here for more
information about some of the developers that
are using Muscle Fish digital audio search technologies.