AI technology is revolutionizing the music industry. Fans can now bring back their favorite old tracks and create new versions with their beloved artists with the click of a button.
One of the most recent covers, which showed the iconic 1966 Beach Boys track ‘God Only Knows’ was morphed with The Beatles to create somewhat of a new musical dimension.
The track has received mostly positive reactions online. It’s pretty wild to hear how AI-generated vocals, combined with a dreamy duet with Paul McCartney and John Lennon, backing harmonies from drummer Ringo Starr, can create such a beautiful piece of music after being fed into a computer.
It is incredible to witness how AI-generated mashups can breathe new life into classic songs and create something entirely different.
The AI-generated “lost” Oasis album that emerged online last month was also an outstanding achievement. Fans could relive the ‘90s heyday of Oasis with this album, and it gained recognition from Liam Gallagher himself, who praised it as “mega” and “better than all the other snizzle out there.”
While some people criticize AI-generated music, the majority of fans welcome the technology and are excited about the possibilities it offers. We have seen the likes of Kurt Cobain come back to life musically and having him in many different musical arrangements has been very unique to say the least.
While Drake and The Weeknd have started lawsuits against this type of involvement, there are some artists that are completely up for it as grimes recently expressed her support for her voice to be used in AI music, and it’s only a matter of time before other artists follow suit.
In my opinion, AI-generated music is a powerful tool that can create something unique and beautiful, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds for this technology. As someone who loves the music industry and AI technology, I am excited to witness the remarkable things that will come out of this marriage.