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Another app being developed by ByteDance, the parent company of TikTok, is focused on using AI to create music. The business said that Ripple, an app for creating music, was created in-house.
Similar to digital audio workstations (DAWs), Ripple lets users produce and modify tracks. It is currently being evaluated in an invite-only limited beta. Ripple is marketed as a less complicated, more efficient means to write creative songs than DAWs, which require some prior knowledge or at least some experience to get the hang of them.
A user only needs to hum a tune into their phone’s microphone, and ripple will turn it into music and add AI-generated instruments like drums, guitar, and bass. Users must be prepared to hum for several minutes if they want a full-length recording because the length of a song will be determined by the precise period of time that they hum.
Additionally, Ripple can only produce instrumental music; vocals must be added by the author. Even so, it might be a practical approach for musicians without musical training to produce their own music.
Users can also chop and rearrange audio files in Ripple’s “virtual recording studio” to create the perfect song.
According to ByteDance, the music used for Ripple’s training is either their property or was provided under license. Additionally, the app will be linked to TikTok so users may import music to use as background noise.