Amper Music: ‘AI’s not going to replace your job – it’s going to change it’
Posted on: 4 avril 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

“Our goal is to write music as well as John Williams, which then sounds like it’s recorded at Abbey Road and produced by Quincy Jones. Obviously we’re not there yet…”
No, this isn’t the latest ambitious young band with an eye for a pullquote. It’s Drew Silverstein, CEO of startup Amper Music. And the music he’s talking about will be created by an AI, not by human musicians.
As he admits, Amper isn’t keeping Quincy up at night just yet. The company’s technology is mainly used to create production-music for online videos, TV shows, games and films. However, it has been branching out.
Earlier this year, Amper Music was one of four AI-music tools – Google’s Magenta, IBM’s Watson Beat and startup AIVA being the others – used by musician Taryn Southern for her ‘I Am AI’ album. It was pitched as the first long-form musical collaboration between a human artist and AI technology.
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