As AI (artificial intelligence) gains a greater presence in the music industry, some artists remain wary of the technology, while others see the opportunities offered to enhance their songwriting creativity. One company that can help fill this gap is WaveAI and its advanced lyric AI, used by millions of artists and creators.
WaveAI puts the artist at the heart of its songwriting tool and does not charge royalties or ownership of their work. By augmenting rather than replacing human creativity, Dr. Maya Ackerman, Co-Founder and CEO of WaveAI and a globally recognized expert in the field of generative AI, aims to bring AI-powered songwriting to life. We are setting new standards.
“This whole idea that the user has complete control is very important when working with AI, and I believe people should give that person all the credit. It does, and it’s helpful for recruitment and ethical,” says Ackermann. “Product design requires a little more attention, but that’s where the magic happens.”
To solve real artist problems with AI, instead of simply inserting technology into space and replacing it with AI, Ackerman and her team developed LyricStudio. AI-powered lyric generator tools are appreciated by novice songwriters for their ease of use and accessibility.
The service uses advanced AI technology to analyze an artist’s unique compositional style and generate lyrics that match their voice and aesthetic. Experienced professional songwriters and novice songwriters alike are increasing their productivity and overcoming common job obstacles.
Last August, American hip-hop artist Curtis King released an album. homemade 2 1st place on the iTunes hip hop chart. The release was created using his LyricStudio. All in all he’s not the only one who recognizes that his 15% of WaveAI users are professional rappers, singers/songwriters or producers.
King says AI and its emerging technological ideas have always piqued his interest. But like most of my independent musical peers, especially online, he had no idea what that arrival meant for the creative process or long-term work stability.
“The idea was not to replace songwriters and producers, but essentially to help streamline the music-making process,” says King. “I found it very intriguing and eventually got him to use LyricStudio to create songs for his first album in over five years.”
Having written and produced his own music for over 20 years, King believes the use of AI technology in his work is a “game changer.” He says technology has given him creative peace of mind to focus on performing at his best.
“It was like having someone in the studio who instantly gave you fresh images, words and rhymes,” explains King. It took me a while to get used to it because it allows me to maximize my skills and time and avoid burnout.”
Named a “Women of Influence” by the Silicon Valley Business Journal, Ackerman is a globally recognized expert in the field of generative AI and has been an innovative researcher for text, music and art since 2014. I have researched and developed generative AI models. She does her AI research that enhances and enhances human creativity and to her name she has over 50 peer-reviewed research publications and her research is cited in over 1,200 of her publications. It has been.
With this expertise, Ackerman and her team plan to release MelodyStudio now in beta. A proprietary generative AI engine helps the artist create original, professional-quality lead her sheets complete with chords and vocal her melody. In the process, artists change their approach to songwriting and push the boundaries of the entire music industry.