Aimi – the AI app that creates endless music that never repeats using stems from producers – has added a new series of artists to its roster. Joining Black Loops, Shanti Celeste, Roska and more are Soul Clap, Man Power, Max Cooper, Big Miz, DJ Haus, Joseph Ashworth and Scuba.
Scientists have shared what a spiderweb sounds like using Artificial Intelligence.
Markus Buehler, an engineering professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, alongside his team, recently created 3D models of spiderwebs to study spiders' vibrations — their way of communicating — while undertaking tasks in the web such as construction, repair, hunting and feeding.
Beatchain have announced a new feature, Fan Builder, that reportedly helps artists build their audience.
The distribution, data science, and digital marketing platform's new service utilises industry-leading technology and machine learning, and seems to show a significant increase in artists reaching new fans via targeted advertising.
Björk has produced an AI-assisted choral piece to be played in the lobby of New York City hotel Sister City.
Titled 'Kórsafan', the piece uses Microsoft AI to put together sounds pulled from 17 years worth of choral recordings made by Björk herself. It follows on from a similar installation at the hotel by Julianna Barwick last year.
Amazon has launched a new AI-powered compositional tool called the AWS DeepComposer.
The MIDI keyboard, which is set to retail at $99 when it goes on sale soon, can create an entire finished composition from just one inputted melody.
Users can record a melody using the keyboard and then take their pick from a number of genre models, such as rock, pop, classical and jazz. The keyboard will then complete the composition in whatever style is chosen using the melody.
Picture this... It’s 2030, and the DJ Mag Top 100 has just been topped, for the first time ever, by an artist created with artificial intelligence. The furore is palpable. The DJ community and scene at large are up in arms.
A new EP has just been released by an AI startup, WaveAI, which is pioneering a new music creation app called Alysia.
DJ Mag reported last year that artificial intelligence was already being used to craft pop music, and there’s currently a great deal of speculation about the role AI will play in the future of the music industry.
Using Alysia's technology, you can input a few details into the app for it to start creating a composition of its own accord.
djay Pro 2 for Mac, from software development house Algoriddim, uses machine learning to automate your mixes, effectively taking the hassle (and effort) out of melding two or more tracks together.
The news is likely to be divisive across a dance music community already locked in terminal (and, often, insufferable) arguments as to what constitutes a real DJ. You only need to Google phrases like ‘sync button‘ for evidence.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been used for years to correct and assist music creation; the time has now arrived that AI is composing and producing pop music nearly independently.
The single ‘Break Free’ is the brainchild of YouTube personality/singer/"neuroscience junkie" Taryn Southern and start-up Amper Music. In addition, Southern has enlisted the support of other AI services to complete her forthcoming ‘I Am AI’ full-length release.