London’s Abbey Road Red music-tech incubator has announced its latest participant: British startup DAACI. That’s the AI music company that emerged earlier this year with its pitch for being  a compositional aid for human musicians – something that fits neatly into Abbey Road’s philosophy.

DAACI will be following in the footsteps of several other music-tech firms in joining the incubator: BrainRap, LifeScore, Humtap, Vochlea and AI Music took various approaches to blending AI with human creativity, with the latter of that group famously acquired by Apple early this year.

DAACI is certainly having a good end to 2022, having last week been named as one of the winners in our inaugural Music Ally SI:X startups contest.

In our recent Q3 music/tech report, CEO Rachel Lyske told us about the reaction so far within the music industry. “People are beginning to see that AI isn’t replacing human creativity – it’s enhancing it,” she said. “There’s a growing curiosity and an appetite for AI that works as an authentic creative partner.”

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Stuart Dredge

Music Ally's Head of Insight

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