YouTube Music Unveils AI Tools with Artists for Creative Breakthroughs

Collaboration with Google DeepMind Introduces Innovations in Music Creation

In a groundbreaking collaboration with Google DeepMind, YouTube Music has unveiled a set of new tools harnessing artificial intelligence (AI) to empower artists in honing their creativity. These innovative features enable the conversion of ideas into music and the creation of fresh guitar riffs by simply humming or singing.

The latest addition to YouTube’s arsenal is the ‘Dream Track’ tool, initially introduced for shorts and developed in partnership with nine renowned artists including Alec Benjamin, Charlie Puth, Charli XCX, Demi Lovato, John Legend, Papoose, Sia, T-Pain, and Troye Sivan.

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This tool allows users to craft unique 30-second audio tracks, serving as soundtracks for shorts. Powered by Google DeepMind’s Lyria model, it produces high-quality instrumental and vocal music.

Functioning akin to other generative AI tools, users input their envisioned idea and select the artist they desire. Subsequently, a short video containing a song featuring the AI-generated voice of the chosen artist is created.

Furthermore, in collaboration with artists engaged in the YouTube Music AI Incubator initiative, the company is actively developing new AI tools aimed at transcending conventional creative limits. These tools aim to fortify the creative process, enabling tasks such as turning ideas into music or crafting guitar riffs or trompea lines by merely humming or singing. Additionally, they allow for transforming a pop track into a reggaeton-style composition, as detailed in a YouTube press release.

Notably, YouTube recently outlined its approach to content created through generative AI, emphasizing compliance with community standards. This policy excludes realistic manipulations of images and voices that might deceive or cause harm.

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In line with this, public figures retain the right to report unauthorized usage of their image and voice, especially when attributed to opinions not their own. Similarly, musical artists can request the removal of AI-generated music content replicating their voice or distinctive singing style.

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