Artificial intelligence technology from Google that turns text into music: MusicLM
Google has developed an artificial intelligence technology called MusicLM that turns text into music. However, it has been claimed that the company will not release this technology yet because it is afraid of possible risks.
Recently, the demand for artificial intelligence has increased tremendously. In this context, both technology giants and smaller startups have started to turn to this field. Google has also been doing some work lately, focusing on artificial intelligence. The company’s latest move in this area came from the intersection of artificial intelligence with music.
Google has developed an artificial intelligence technology that turns texts into music. However, it has been claimed that the company will not release this technology yet because it is afraid of possible risks. Actually , this technology called MusicLM is not something new. In addition to Riffusion , an artificial intelligence that composes music by visualizing , Google’s own AudioML and OpenAI’s Dance Diffusion can do the same.
But despite all that, Google says MusicLM outperforms previous systems, both in terms of audio quality and adherence to text description. You can take a look at the examples made by Google here. For example; “Soundtrack for a game. It’s fast-paced and upbeat with a catchy electric guitar riff. The music is repetitive and easy to remember, but includes unexpected sounds like cymbals or drums.” While listening to the song composed by definition, one can really find himself in a game. There are many different examples like this.
In the current period, there are remarkable developments in the field of artificial intelligence and music. Many tools now pave the way for both professional artists and amateurs to easily produce music with artificial intelligence. You can even read the detailed article we wrote in this context here. With the demand for artificial intelligence, we frequently feature music creation tools on Webrazzi. Stay tuned for access to developments in artificial intelligence and how it affects other areas of technology.