AI for musicians - new tools/methods/ways of working

Started by CodeSmart, February 19, 2024, 09:56:21 PM

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CodeSmart

AI will and is already changing many steps in music production and will give us new tools. Instead of focusing on the scary side of it, let's be positive and see how we can benefit from it.

AI will help us generate lyrics, riffs, sounds, vocals, drum pattens and 1000 other things.
So what is out there today?
But I got more gear than I need...and I like it!

CodeSmart

But I got more gear than I need...and I like it!

plexified


Yeah, this has alot of avenues up to and including SORA or speach to major motion picture film with full audio and score. No Joke :

https://openai.com/sora

We are talking speach to Red Carpet Ready Release in front of your eyes.

So the tech is usually hundreds of years ahead of what the public gets, however, in the mean time, its fun to see whats available and evolve.

Kevin M

Methinks the tool will become the crutch and then eventually, the vehicle.

Antonuzzo

LALAL.ai is a great tool – I've used it for isolating guitar parts to study and then creating backing tracks to play along with.

jassy

Quote from: Antonuzzo on February 21, 2024, 01:58:39 AMLALAL.ai is a great tool – I've used it for isolating guitar parts to study and then creating backing tracks to play along with.
I use Moises, but not absolutely happy with the isolation results, is LALAL.ai better extracting instruments?