YouTube recently announced new AI tool Dream Tracks featuring artists like John Legend, Demi Lovato, and Charlie Puth.
YouTube recently released a video about one of its AI-related music experiments called Dream Tracks.
According to the video platform, the dream track for the shorts and the music AI tool was created in collaboration with Google DeepMind. Google DeepMind is an artificial intelligence research laboratory.
YouTube + Google DeepMind = Dream Track
Dream Tracks will allow users to enter a short prompt and choose between participating artists. After this the AI will create a track of up to 30 seconds. Users can use this track to upload YouTube Shorts videos.
The AI tool will initially be available to select creators. The current list of available artists includes John Legend, Demi Lovato, Alec Benjamin, Charlie Puth, Charlie XCX, Papoose, Sia, T-Pain, and Troye Sivan.
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YouTube also released statements from participating artists, ranging from enthusiastic support to cautious optimism.
Puth said, “I am extremely excited and inspired by the realm of musical possibilities that come from allowing the human mind to collaborate with non-human minds. YouTube has been a great partner in outlining their approach to AI and understands the need to work closely with artists like me to develop this technology responsibly, ensuring that it supports creativity rather than replacing it. Will speed up.
Charli This experiment will provide a small insight into the creative opportunities that might be possible and I’m interested to see what comes out of it.
Lovato said she is “open-minded and hopeful that this experiment… will be a positive and enlightening experience.” He added, “The development of AI technology is rapidly changing the way we navigate the landscape and I believe that as artists we need to be a part of shaping the future. “My career has been about pushing boundaries and making the most interesting music for my fans.”
Legend saw his involvement as an artist as a set on the table. He reiterated, “Being part of YouTube’s Dream Tracks experiment is an opportunity to help shape the possibilities for the future.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, YouTube’s Dream Track announcement comes after the company set new AI rules and guardrails. One of the most relevant rules for participating artists is their right to remove any video that features AI-generated audio that sounds like the artist.
The online video sharing platform has another AI tool called Dream Screen. It works just like Dream Track. Users can enter a signal and receive an AI-generated video to use as a green screen for shorts.