Apple, Spotify, Or Amazon Should Buy This AI-Generated Music Startup ASAP
Your answer, of course, will very much depend on what you call great music. Plus on when and where you’re playing it. I’ve found an AI-generated music app that creates great music for at least one purpose.
I’m listening to it right now.
And I like it. A lot.
AiMi.fm is a new music app that mixes generative AI and flesh-and-blood human artists’ beats to create really, really good electronica. It learns from itself and might be the solution to the perennial office playlist problem, plus more. If you can remember working in an office, you might also remember fighting over the Spotify playlist.
Noise-canceling headphones are a wonderful invention, especially when someone wants to play gangsta rap at high volume in the office.
“AiMi is as you described, an AI that generates music,” AiMi.fm CEO Edward Balassanian told me in a recent The AI Show podcast. “We’re not trying to replace human creativity with AiMi, instead we’re trying to augment it. Artists still create the beats if you will, the small phrases or words and sentences to tell a story, and AiMi puts those together to create a musical experience.”
In other words, AiMi’s artificial intelligence loads up four to 16 bars of music that artists have created, layers them, matches the pitches, dynamically changes pitches and rates, and masters it all in real time. The result is clean electronica that you can listen to for hours on end.
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