Inside the Music Industry's High-Stakes AI Experiments; AI Can Now Master Your Music—and it Does Shockingly Well
#84 | Your Weekly Dose of AI Music News
An immersive concert in London later this year will see the return of the King in all his leather-bound, hip-swivelling, Memphis-scented glory.
Lucian Grainge, the chairman of UMG, has helped record labels rake in billions of dollars from streaming. Can he do the same with generative artificial intelligence?
Sound is an integral part of our daily lives. Whether we’re jumping on a video call, listening to music or using voice commands to interact with our devices, the quality of our audio is of paramount importance. As such, continuing to improve audio technologies is vital for the companies who create these platforms.
The reimagined Vision Pro version of djay - already a hit on iOS, Mac, Windows and Android - enables you to mix on a set of virtual 3D turntables, interacting with them by moving the needle around or scratching. You can position yourself in various immersive environments, and there are light shows that respond in time to your performance.
After mastering, the end result should sound "more like a record," but this stage of the music-making process has always required subtle value judgments, as every change operates on the entire stereo track. And well-trained humans excel at subtle value judgments.
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