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Google launches text-to-music AI for public use

Google launches text-to-music AI for public use
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Google has announced the release of MusicLM, an experimental AI tool that turns text descriptions into music.

The company stated that the new product was designed for Android and iOS users looking to try artificial intelligence for music.

Google says users can specify instruments like “electronic” or “classical,” as well as the “vibe, mood, or emotion” they’re aiming for, as they refine their MusicLM-generated creations.

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Analysts say deep-faked music still stands on murky legal ground, and the new Google product may join the mix.

Several lawsuits may make their way to the courts as music generated through AI “steals lines” from existing artistes.

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