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YouTube needs that will help you make “music” with AI. The Google-owned video platform launched an AI music incubator this week that guarantees to “shield artists.” The brand new platform, which was created in partnership with music business large Common Music Group (UMG), seems to be designed to guard well-known musical artists from having their content material utilized in methods they don’t legally approve of. Licensing has been an enormous difficulty within the emergent pattern of AI music, and this new partnership seems to be a stopgap in that ongoing authorized debate.
In a broader sense, I’d similar to to vaunt the argument that the time period “AI-generated music” is one thing of a misnomer. Look, no offense, however if you happen to assume you’re making “music” by clicking a button and having an algorithm repackage sounds from precise music to create new artificial auditory content material that you simply put no precise effort into…you’re an fool. That’s not music, it’s simply noise.