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To succeed on Spotify and other services, songs are getting shorter, albums are getting longer, and artists are collaborating across genres.
The Council Of Music Makers – representing UK songwriters, composers, artists, musicians, producers and music managers – has published five fundamentals that it believes should be fully embraced by technology companies and the music industry as they develop new music AI technologies.
TikTok says it’s working on automatic AI content detection, as it rolls out new ‘AI-generated’ label for creators
With AI-generated content proliferating across the digital media world, one key request from policymakers and civil society groups has been for that content to be labeled.
Waves has launched an AI-powered online mastering service intended to help engineers and musicians master tracks quickly.
Centered on MET’s “Stringed Instrument Design and Manufacture (MET 34900)” class led by professor Mark French, the Gibson partnership is designed to bring unprecedented hands-on learning opportunities to students in Purdue Polytechnic’s “Guitar Lab,” newly renovated and moved to a larger space in Lambertus Hall.
SoundExchange, the sole entity authorized by the US government to oversee the Section 114 sound recording license, is responsible for the collection and equitable distribution of non-interactive digital performance royalties to musicians and rights proprietors.
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