Google opens access to MusicLM, its artificial intelligence that composes music based on a text description.
Google is now allowing everyone to try MusicLM, an artificial intelligence that composes audio tracks based on their requests. MusicLM isn’t a completely unknown technology, perhaps Readers most informed about AI have heard of this language model that translates text description into music. The latter, which was formalized in January 2023, is now available to users. It’s available on the web, but also on Android and iOS. To try this technological marvel, all you have to do is join the queue on the Google AI Test Kitchen.
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Google allows the public to experience artificial intelligence that composes music from text
You’ll be able to ask Google’s AI to compose a track from a simple description like “jazz for dinner” to a more complex request like “a slow reggae song based on bass and drums”, or “relaxing vocals without the loud music…”. After that, MusicLM will always generate two songs from the description you provide, and Google will ask you to select your preferred choice.
Of course, MusicLM isn’t meant to replace you as a composer, and it won’t be able to woo music fans with AI-generated songs (yet). Likewise, if you give it vocal line cues, it won’t create an understandable song or come up with lyrics. Google is accompanying the public release of MusicLM with a video (above), which explains a little better the philosophy and operation of this tool.