YouTube is currently testing a new feature that can recreate AI-generated voices of famous singers. They must first give permission for this.
YouTube imitates the voices of famous singers with AI
When you watch a video on YouTube there is often background music. These songs are chosen by the video uploader himself. YouTube will soon change that and add a new feature.
YouTube is currently testing a feature that allows you to create YouTube Shorts (that is, short videos) with AI-generated voices of famous artists. You cannot then use any artist, because they must first give permission for this.
Right now there are nine artists you can use. These are: Alec Benjamin, Charlie Puth, Charli XCX, Demi Lovato, John Legend, Papoose, Sia, T-Pain and Troye Sivan. You can then create a chat prompt and it will automatically create a music track of up to thirty seconds, including lyrics and background music.
You do not choose the artists yourself. This depends on the type of song you describe in the prompt. YouTube will automatically match the artist to your prompt that best suits it.
Do you want to know more about the AI with famous singers? Then read the blog post from YouTube below. You can also listen to some examples here.
Read more: YouTube experiments with AI and music
Just some future music
You cannot use the function yet, but it seems to be coming soon. So maybe you will soon be able to have your own lyrics sung by an artificial ‘AI B’ or another famous singer. But it remains to be seen which artists YouTube will ask and who will give permission.
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