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Happy Friday everyone!
Time for another quick recap of what’s shakin’ between AI and the music industry:
Neil Tennant of the Pet Shop Boys has declared that AI songwriting is not a sin. Kamille, who recently won an Ivor Novello award, has spoken about her experience with AI music and working with Nile Rodgers.
Tencent Music is developing AI-powered tools to help reduce the barrier to music creation. Grimes has released her first song using AI cloning of her voice.
TikTok is ramping up the creator content wars. Finally, Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins has said that AI will change music forever.
It’s all ‘Extra Important’ today, so here’s a slimmed-down edition, but no less full of high-quality news links about AI Music to wrap up an eventful week.
Have a great day / super weekend!
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Billy Corgan of the Smashing Pumpkins believes that artificial intelligence (AI) will revolutionize music but will also lead to a lot of bad music. In an extensive interview on the Zach Sang Show, … Link
AI could help overcome writer’s block, suggests musician amid industry move to stop perceived threat of fake songs Link
Kamille has spoken to NME about her latest single, working with Nile Rodgers and Little Mix, and AI music. Link
The relationship between music and artificial intelligence and how it is impacting musicians & the music industry. Link
He says songwriters face "a battle" to defend work against the growing use of artificial intelligence. Link
An LA-based artist and producer created the first official and credited song that features Grimes' AI-cloned vocals called "GrimesAI." Link
Grammy-winning producer Timbaland told Forbes he has a plan to commercialize AI software that will revolutionize the way songs are created. Link
TikTok is developing innovative ways to maximize monetization with creators. But other platforms aren't far behind, writes Billion Dollar Boy's Permele Doyle. Link
Shenzhen-based TME is planning an expansion of its use of AI on a number of fronts, from virtual artists to what might just be an AI music creation platform. Link
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