Music production platform Loudly has debuted an AI music generator capable of creating over 1 billion songs across different genres. This comes as the transformative impact of generative AI in music continues to be felt, allowing creators to come up with “original” works.
From instrumentals to audio and album cover design, generative AI is helping many in the music industry and those in need of background music for videos, sound effects for games, and intro music for podcasts. Its ability to create prose, lyrics, short stories, and lifelike imagery has been hailed as groundbreaking, but it has also raised ethical concerns.
Loudly’s new platform not only allows users to create their own music for different projects, but also allows users to customize tracks and even “export to any digital audio workstation (DAW).”
According to the developer, there will be an option to change genres, allowing creators to choose from instruments, genres, energy levels, and durations.
article by music tech With a catalog of over 200,000 sounds created by professional music producers, it says creators can experiment with different sounds and moods.
“A good song needs more than just a well-crafted sample. The song as a whole should make sense and take us on a journey,” said Loudley. CEO Rory Kenny said.
“Our talented team of music producers apply unique genre parameters such as song structure, instrumentation, energy dynamics and mixdowns to ensure Loudly delivers playlist-ready compositions.
“Furthermore, through a combination of deep learning and in-depth human tagging, our bank of over 200,000 audio samples is transformed into a world of music metadata, which allows our AI to It can intelligently select and compose music for you.” Kenny.
isolation Say this is a milestone. Filmmakers who currently need “epic film scores with a hint of EDM” can create just that.
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open the door to music production
Various AI music creators are producing music accessible to everyoneThis allows advertisers, event organizers, fitness instructors, and other content creators to create their own soundtracks on YouTube, TikTok, or other platforms.
Kenny said the company wants anyone interested in music to be able to create and discover royalty-free music for their projects.
“We are opening the door not only for artists and content creators to create their own soundtracks, but also for the general public to think differently about music and challenge themselves to create something new.” said Kenny.
“Loudley’s team of musicians, creatives and technicians believe deeply in the magic of music making and are thrilled to finally share it with the world.”
According to Aithority, the music generation platform is out of beta and has 50,000 registered users, with an estimated 1,000 new users signing up daily.
Loudly is one of the other AI platforms that generate music like Mubert and Mubert. soundful. In May, Google publicly released MusicLM, which can generate music from text prompts and hums.
Meta also introduced AudioCraft, which allows users to create sounds and music. However, generative AI in music has also been criticized by artists and consumers who feel the technology is the demise of originality. Musicians like Ice Cube, Ed Sheeran, and Drake have disdained AI and its impact on the field.
This is true not only in music but in other fields as well. Recently Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Banned AI Art When designing a new character after fans expressed concern about the legitimacy of some artwork, such as deformed limbs. As a result, Wizards of the Coast said AI-generated content “will no longer be acceptable in future D&D content,” with the goal of protecting the originality of artists’ work.