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Hello! Hope everyone had a nice weekend! No slowdown in sight for news at the intersection of AI and music. So while I’m not going to jump into a daily edition of the AI Music Newsletter just yet, I will definitely increase the output as the business of AI Music continues to heat up. Have a nice day!!
As a music producer, I can tell you firsthand that the process of creating a track can be both incredibly fulfilling and immensely frustrating. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of bringing your vision to life, but the reality is that the journey from idea to finished product is rarely a smooth one
Robert Kyncl touted tech initiatives at the label, including investments in artificial intelligence software and apps, to reduce costs and drive market reach for creators.
Major music companies are taking drastic measures to stay relevant in the rapidly changing world of AI and Web3 technologies. On the AI front, they are launching campaigns defending the ‘irreplaceable role of human artistry’ and, according to the FT, demanding to remove AI-generated music and prevent AI-powered tech from ‘scraping melodies and lyrics’ from their artists’ songs.
The software that cloned Drake and the Weeknd is easy to use—and impossible to shut down.
A radio station recently did an experiment where AI took over for 13 hours of programming, featuring 'voice clones' and scripts written by ChatGPT.
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