Songwriting Bot? By Tinamarie Passantino Bots (automation) have been a part of the world for decades now and have been affecting areas in the business world such as jobs in customer service, bookkeeping, data entry, receptionists, proofreading, manufacturing, retail, and courier services to name a few. Will it affect music? Can it affect the music industry? The simple answer is yes. As of January, the word is getting out about a bot that is being worked on that can create “original” music. The bot it is said will be able to work from both text and sound prompts and can account for all genres and styles of music. It is said that this bot can write songs and lyrics and also generate video clips for the songs written by the bot. Can you imagine words, music, and a video clip without ever having to pick up an instrument or your pen and paper? The question has been raised can it replace songwriters? As for now, many feel there is a very low chance that the bot can ever replace songwriters. But, with the automation available will you as a singer/songwriter use it? We would love to hear what you think, and we will share your thoughts in our next issue. Share by emailing email@example.com
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