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“Amper” is an on-demand program that provides inexpensive royalty free songs for everyone – from producers of music video clips to advertisers for online marketing. Care for creative exploitation Like many technological revolutions, artificial intelligence is also afraid of troublesome technical January 2019 Calendar To Print innovations, from repetition and piracy within each industry that comes into contact with it.
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For independent composers and music producers working with their original music, it seems that an app can reproduce their work as artists and musicians for less money and in much less time. Mixing console (picture-alliance / dpa / S. Hoppe) In the future, computers with Artificial Intelligence could also compose. John Groves, CEO of “Groves Sound Communications” and an international heavyweight in application-oriented music for advertising, is not worried about AI applications “This will creep into the music industry like all other computer technology innovations,” he says.
“But we’re coping well with that when we realize that the creative possibilities that are emerging outweigh the negative effects.” Book author Collins recalls the widespread fear of new technologies in the music industry: “I feel like this Protests of the music and composer union in the 1980s, which protested against the use of MIDI instruments (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), “he notes
. “But look at all the creative possibilities that are musically grown from this technology.” Shadow Tactics Blades of the ShogunComputer Game Shadow TacticsShadow Tactics (Mimimi Productions) Powerful music: “Shadow Tactics Blades of the Shogun” computer game Valerio Velardo, CEO of “Melodrive”, A startup company pioneering computer game music even claims that we are virtually on the eve of the next wave of democratization within the creative industry.
“Nowadays, almost everyone has a first-class digital camera in their smartphone, but that does not mean that the top professional photographers have disappeared,” he says. “It’s the same with Artificial Intelligence (AI), and I doubt that the composer’s role will be harmed by this new technology.” “Music has inherent problems,” says musicologist Steven Jan of Huddersfield University in the DW. Interview.
“It’s one of the cognitively, mechanically, and emotionally most demanding activities of humanity that makes it extremely difficult for a computer to reproduce.” Highly creative computers “We’re still in the explorative creativity stage,” says Velardo of “Melodrive.” He points out that AI systems are capable of learning and able to function within the confines of a conceptual space. This could ultimately imitate any style of music. But transformable creativity or the ability to create new musical styles technically without conceptual boundaries
, that is obviously still far off, says Velardo and calls this the “holy grail of computer creativity”. Musikband Kraftwerk live (picture-alliance / dpa / RMV via ZUMA Press / Mike Tudor) Have now achieved cult status: The German band “Kraftwerk”, here 2017 at a concertWhat effect will the further development January 2019 Calendar To Print of AI have on the music industry? The CEO of the company “Amper”, with whom YouTube star Taryn Southern also composes, recommends “raising the bar” in order to continue developing creative visions. But that will be more lead prefabricated music?