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From later this year, its app will feature a new music-education course, comprising “hundreds of interactive lessons all in a digital piano experience, with over 200 familiar tunes to learn”.
It sits within a ‘Discovery’ tab in the app. “As you scroll on the Discovery page, we’ll show you songs we think you’ll like based on your listening history and musical taste,” blogged chief product officer Rohit Agarwal. “We’ll also tell you exactly why we’re recommending a song, whether it’s because you follow a certain artist or liked a specific track.”
The acquisition also encompasses Redeye's in-house labels Yep Roc and Sundazed, and its publishing company Riff City Sounds.
Seamus McAteer, the founder of Speechlab, discusses AI-generated speech and the importance of translating accents.
The Queen man is arguably as qualified to comment on matters of science and technology as he is on the state and evolution of pop music.
The music industry certainly finds itself at a pivotal crossroads where music companies will be forced to share their viewpoints on AI with various stakeholders throughout the industry — from artists and songwriters to investors, tech companies, and consumers — all poised to feel AI’s impact. If you are a music company involved in the ever-evolving AI conversation, here are some things to keep in mind while shaping your communications strategy.
Ghostwriter, the person behind "Heart on My Sleeve," also released a new A.I.-generated track that sounds like Travis Scott and 21 Savage.
In a new Mind Matters podcast, host Robert J. Marks sat down with James Hirsen, who performed as a musician for many years, to talk AI, deep fakes, and the possibility of artificially contrived music.
One of the most infamous data gaps in the music industry has been the one between publishing data and recordings.
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