AiMi app uses AI to provide adaptive electronic music
Posted on: 27 mai 2020, by : Eamonn Forde

Aimed at electronic music fans, a new app called AiMi is using AI technology to turn existing tracks from artists into adaptive experiences for listeners.
The idea: listeners set the ‘energy’ rate they want, based on a scale of 1 to 10, and the app delivers a flow of continuous music to suit their requirements. AiMi uses a freemium model: people can listen to 30 minutes of free music every day, but if they pay $5.99 a month they can listen as much as they want.
“Unlike traditional systems that use AI to mimic artists, AiMi uses AI to generate music using real beats created by real artists,” is the claim.
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Source: Music ally

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