Startup Mubert says its AI has now generated more than 100m tracks, including more than 56m created by its users.
A streaming service teaming up with an AI music startup to create “over 170k songs”? Sound the klaxons!
It includes generating original music from a prompt, as well as an integration with Stable Diffusion to create music videos.
From the 1950s onwards, there have been researchers exploring algorithmic composition using computers around the world.
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The fact that ‘AI music’ can mean several, very different things is well illustrated by the latest pair of startups exploring strains of artificial intelligence tech applied to music.
Musiio’s focus is on using AI to analyse large catalogues of music. “The tools we provide allow you as a business to process more data than is humanly viable, and gives you the competitive advantage by substantially increasing the accuracy and quality of your A&R,” explains its pitch.
“By ‘listening’ to more tracks than a human could ever comprehend and identifying characteristics and patterns therein, our AI allows you to better predict success.”