Article 3HTN6 Four AI composition tools easy enough to soundtrack your film masterpiece

Four AI composition tools easy enough to soundtrack your film masterpiece

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Nathan Mattise
from Ars Technica on (#3HTN6)

Not only did I film this bit of dog fan fiction, I composed the soundtrack, thanks to technology. (Click here for transcript) (video link)

It used to be you could spend an afternoon drumming up a home movie with your little sister, soundtrack it with your favorite mixtape cuts, and upload it to the Internet for sharing without a care. But as bot-driven copyright tools started scanning new uploads and society generally became more concerned with proper song licensing, using whatever track you desired for some publicly available Web video became less of an option.

What's an amateur-at-best musician to do? I may have marched on a collegiate snare line (and therefore understand rhythm, phrasings, and tempo), but my ability to create melody probably stopped with middle school recorder lessons.

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