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  • Google Disrupts Industry with ‘Music AI Sandbox’


    In what could be seen as both a blessing and a curse to music creators, Google and YouTube have announced a collection of generative AI music tools called Music AI Sandbox. Designed using Google’s Lyria model, musicians can generate instrumentals and other musical elements from simple text prompts.

    Unveiled at Google I/O 2024, Music AI Sandbox leverages the latest tech from Google’s DeepMind in areas like long musical context modeling and audio synthesis. It represents Google’s efforts to make generative AI more accessible and creative for musicians and producers. But while innovative, Music AI Sandbox raises concerns around potential copyright issues with training data, as well as the authenticity of AI-generated music compared to human compositions.

    Some key features of the Music AI Sandbox include:

    • Ability to generate up to 10 instrument tracks in various genres and styles
    • Integration with Google’s other generative AI models like Lyria for lyrics and SynthID for audio effects
    • Options for collaborative jamming and remixing with other users
    • Tools for editing, arranging, and post-processing the AI-generated music

    In 2023, Google announced a partnership with Universal Music Group (UMG) to launch the ‘Music AI Incubator, aiming to collaboratively develop AI tools that provide music creators with safe, responsible, and profitable opportunities. Music AI Sandbox’s inaugural users include electronic musician and YouTube personality Marc Rebillet, rapper/producer Wyclef Jean, and songwriter Justin Tranter.

    Producers, what are your thoughts on implementing this type of generative AI into your work? Let us know on our social media channels.

    Photo by Brett Sayles

    The post Google Disrupts Industry with ‘Music AI Sandbox’ appeared first on EDMTunes.

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