Music-making #AI software has advanced so far in the past few years that it’s no longer a frightening novelty; it’s a viable tool. For the second episode of The Future of Music, I went to LA to visit the offices of #AI platform Amper Music and the home of Taryn Southern, a pop artist who is working with Amper and other #AI platforms to co-produce her debut album I AM #AI. [Read More]
Summary… * Machine-Made
You don’t have to know code or composition or even music theory in order to make a song with it.
To transform it into a pop song, Southern made a lot of creative decisions, including switching instruments, changing the key, and, of course, writing and performing the vocals.
It still feels like it’s mine in a sense.”This feeling of empowerment is exactly what Amper Music is trying to deliver.
Of course, using #AI also has the added benefit of allowing Southern and others with no formal music background to participate in making music.
Every time a new technology is introduced and that tectonically shifts the way we create music, there are naysayers.
Opinion… * Man-Made
Source: The Verge