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ElevenLabs Debuts AI Songwriting Model

The AI model is designed to assist artists and producers and to encourage user participation in music creation.


ElevenLabs, a company founded by former and Palantir engineers, has introduced an AI model that converts text into song lyrics, enhancing the integration of artificial intelligence with music creation. The firm, known for its voice synthesis technology, is now venturing into the music industry, suggesting a shift in music production methods.

AI and Music: A New Avenue for Creativity

The AI model by ElevenLabs is designed to assist artists and producers and to encourage user participation in music creation. Ammaar Reshi, Head of Design at ElevenLabs, stated that users could contribute their song ideas, promoting interaction between AI technologies and human creativity. This user engagement strategy mirrors the approach used by for its video-generating AI, Sora.

ElevenLabs in January launched a marketplace where users can monetize AI-cloned voices and probablyAI-generated songs in the future as well. This platform allows creators to manage how their work and voices are used and compensated, highlighting AI's potential in music while prompting discussions on copyright and ethical issues.

Ethical and Copyright Concerns

As AI technology in music advances, concerns regarding copyright infringement and ethical implications are growing. Critics suggest AI-generated music could undermine traditional music production, potentially replacing human artists for certain tasks. The technology's ability to mimic specific artists' styles and the possible creation of deepfakes are central to the ethical debate on AI in content creation.

Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus is the founder of WinBuzzer and has been playing with Windows and technology for more than 25 years. He is holding a Master´s degree in International Economics and previously worked as Lead Windows Expert for Softonic.com.