AI Music Generation: Conquering YouTube & Spotify
Review of AI Music Generation Services
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In April 2023, an AI-generated song mimicking Drake went viral before being removed, alarming record companies. Universal Music Group aggressively takedowns AI music, arguing it violates copyright. Streaming services like Spotify have drawn thousands of AI songs.
Many of us remember the Napster filesharing disruption in the early 2000s. Back then, MP3s and piracy threatened the industry's business model.
Then Steve Jobs convinced 5 major record companies that it was better to embrace his iTunes model of single MP3 purchases and capture some revenue rather than lose out to rampant illegal downloading.
Today, AI can generate music, disrupting music creation and royalties for artists.
AI music creation platform Mubert is adding its jaw-dropping number to this data. The company announced on July 12 that its AI has generated 100 million tracks – roughly equal to the entire catalog available on Spotify.
Another AI for Music Generation that we will test in this post, Boomy, claims its users have created 17,264,273 original songs. Boomy allows everyone to create, publish, and monetize music on its platform.
Whether you enjoy creating music as a hobby or want to create a business on generated music (yes, you can!), we will dive into the world of AI-generated music in the post.
1. Generating AI music with Mubert
Mubert offers a range of products that cater to different needs, including Mubert Render for content creators, Mubert Studio for artists, Mubert API for developers and brands, and Mubert Play for listeners.
We will explore Mubert Render to create music with Prompts! Let’s check it:
To make a track with Mubert, you just need to select the pre-made prompt or write your own:
Set duration and click Generate track
When you create your song, you can download it after agreeing on a pretty long MUBERT RENDER LICENSE CERTIFICATE, and if you plan to use it anywhere, you have to make an attribution to Mubert.
I liked track I generated my prompt was: “Miami 1987 synth wave, going to the mafia gunfight” 😁
I suggest learning the details of the Terms and License carefully. You don’t own generated songs.
There are so many rules we move on to something more open-source…
2. The Midjourney of AI Music …
Speaking no more. This is what I created in their Discord server:
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