According to a new study set to go live tomorrow, music fans and consumers can’t distinguish between music created by artificial intelligence and music created by humans.
Testing panelists with music composed by AI versus stock music across 10 ‘diverse’ videos, panelists couldn’t tell any discernable difference. Both firms, which conducted the study, claimed over a fourth respondents also said they would have a more “positive brand perception” if they knew the music in an ad was composed by AI. This, alleged the firms, signals the future music-making and content creation.
Preparing for that new ‘future,’ Amadeus Code has confirmed a new funding milestone.
The artificial intelligence music creation platform has received $1.8 million to support the development its music generation stware. VC firm World Innovation Lab (WiL) led the Series A fundraising round.
Amadeus Code, geared toward songwriters, can now create chord changes, basslines, and beats based on user preferences as well as a library tracks. Users can also discover chord progressions and create entire songs or song sections.
Following the funding round, WiL’s Co-founder and General Partner, Masataka Matsumoto, will join Amadeus Code’s Board Directors.
As part the funding, WiL and Matsumoto will also fer guidance as the platform’s team expands its products and ferings.
Speaking about the VC firm’s investment, Matsumoto said,
“Recently, AI technology has been adopted in various fields, and like the Amadeus Code, the music industry is no exception.
“I think that I want to support them trying to challenge the global market from the time foundation, making use our global knowledge and the network Japan-US.”
Welcoming the support and “insight” World Innovation Lab, Taishi Fukuyama, Co-founder and CEO Amadeus Code, added,
“We’re thrilled to find others in the tech world as excited by the prospects AI in music and creativity as we are.”
According to the platform, they’ll unveil new features later on this year.
Featured image by Amadeus Code.