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The audio streaming giant will be using large language models to identify users’ listening patterns in audiobooks and podcasts so it can make targeted suggestions. Spotify was a very early adopter of AI and has offered customers AI-powered suggestions for around a decade.
Designed as an AI solution for artists, managers, and music industry professionals, it will streamline the process of playlist evaluation allowing you to vet any playlist before reaching out.
“At last, a home for your fans, owned by you,” is the slogan that greets visitors to startup We Are Giant’s website.
When it comes to music services in Africa, the bigger established countries like South Africa and Nigeria tend to hog the headlines. But there are DSPs and deals to report on across the continent.
While each company building generative AI has a different take on what its relationship with copyright should be, they agree on the main point: they do not think they should pay to train on copyrighted works, and think end users are ultimately responsible for any copyright infringement.
The promotion is running until November 2024, and is available globally to owners of any PS5 model.
CreateSafe is the startup that Grimes has been working with on her licensed deepfake project, through which other musicians can use her voice-clone to create music, sharing the recordings royalties with her.
Six platforms to compare, each of which has an extensive collection of classical music recordings available on a “full catalogue” basis.
Adobe’s AI-powered Project Sound Lift can separate background noise from the sound of someone’s voice.
As AI music becomes more accessible and popular, it has become the center of a cultural debate. AI creators defend the technology as a way to make music more accessible, while many music industry professionals and other critics accuse creators of copyright infringement and cultural appropriation.
The music industry is no stranger to change. From vinyl to cassette tapes, CDs, and now streaming, the way we consume music has evolved dramatically over the past few decades. However, the industry is now facing a new challenge – an inundation of music content. With the advent of AI-generated music, the industry is about to experience a flood of new tracks, and the current tools in use may not be enough to navigate this new world.
Presented by Beatport.io, the “Digital Resonance” panel at Gateway Korea featured an array of viewpoints presented by five distinct speakers representing different areas of the music industry.
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