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  1. Hey Guys, I hope you're doing well! I have been thinking about AI in music for a while, and I hope it's not a problem to share my thoughts about this field. Here's my (unsolicited) opinion on AI-generated music. Human artists cannot be (completely) replaced by current AI technologies because these technologies lack taste, consciousness, and individuality, and they are unable to produce anything truly new. Additionally, training an AI on 10,000 pieces of good music does not guarantee that it will produce good music itself. However, AI-generated music can be envisioned in projects where quality is secondary and budgets are low. Using AI music can reduce costs, but even a mediocre or slightly bad human composer can often produce better music for minimal pay. Human composers are consciously capable of improving or modifying compositions based on instructions, which is a capability that AI is only limitedly capable of. So, while AI-generated music can be suitable for projects with low budgets and where quality is not a top priority, it cannot fully replicate the unique creativity and quality of human-created music. Of course, these statements concern today's AI technology with neural networks. Neural networks are just mathematical matrices with weights adjusted by error-finding and error-correcting methods. The current AI technology used requires the algorithm that forms the weights in the matrix to receive the correct outcome and perform error correction in each iteration accordingly. However, in the case of music, the correct outcome is partly subjective and the result depends on the musical materials used for training. However, according to current laws, copyrighted materials cannot be used to train music neural networks. It's an interesting case; I'm on Fiverr, where I was offered $25 by a music-generating website for a complete 3-4 minute symphonic piece. Who would create a full symphonic composition for $25? Certainly not Danny Elfman or Hans Zimmer.
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