Sync and production music companies have been some of the most enthusiastic adopters of AI technology in recent times.
Another day, another pair of fledgling music/tech startups raising money to continue building their businesses.
Aims API is the latest startup tapping prompt engineering in a musical context, with its newly-launched ‘Prompt Search’ tool.
Labels have sued brands who use their music in their content on TikTok and other social networks without a proper sync licence.
Swedish startup Freshsound launched its sync licensing platform in 2021, with the aim of helping clients in advertising, films, TV and games to speed up the process of clearing commercial tracks.
Having raised a €1.3m pre-seed funding round in 2022, now it has closed another round: €2m.
Cyanite’s latest music-search tech involves complex text input” using natural language, like the latest crop of text-to-image AIs.
Music Ally kicked off the year by asking 30 of the music industry’s leading lights what – in the wide world of digital music marketing – they were looking forward to in 2023.
We recently covered a report published by Synchtank focusing on the “fiendish mass of complexities” around sync licensing and reporting.
Analytics firm Viberate has been digging into the Netflix bump for artist and actor Sofia Carson, star of Purple Hearts.
The phrase “a fiendish mass of complexities” could be applied to quite a few aspects of the modern music industry.
There’s a giant haystack of music out there, with every brand searching for the needles that will work best for their campaigns.
Universal Music Publishing Group announced an expansion of its relationship with the Irving Berlin estate yesterday.