MusicFx Reviews:SOUNDS THAT CREATE A SOOTHING AND ADVENTUROUS ATMOSPHERE
MusicFX is part of the AI Test Kitchen and is the latest in a series of music-related AI experiments from the company. One of the most notable is Dream Track, a YouTube experiment that lets you clone the singing voices of famous artists like Sia and John Legend.SOUNDS THAT CREATE A SOOTHING AND ADVENTUROUS ATMOSPHERE
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I’ve tried a couple of different AI music generators and this is the most natural sounding, producing a wide range of styles as well as longer and looping tracks.It still isn’t a patch on the output an expert with a trained ear and actual musical abilities could produce with real instruments and a studio. However, like image and video AI generators, it is allowing everyone to express their creative side in new ways.
What can MusicFX do?
On the surface, the tool is incredibly simple. To the left of the screen, you have a text box, and to the right a list of tracks. You make a song by typing some words and clicking generate.
This is AI and nothing is as simple as the surface might seem. When you’ve entered your prompt, such as “a song to listen to while studying” and click Generate, MusicFX works out how best to optimize your words to get the most out of the system.
A few minutes later two tracks will appear on the right. Each is a slight variation on the prompt you and the AI worked up between you. I found this a little hit-and-miss, sometimes having to refine the prompt to get what I had in my head.
You can then change the duration of the clip in settings. Choices are 30, 50, or 70 seconds and you can set it to loop. This will ensure the start and end of the track match up.
What does Google’s MusicFX sound like?
Much like making images with AI, what you get at the end is heavily influenced by what you type in as a text prompt but not necessarily guaranteed to be exactly what you asked for.
The more specific you are with MusicFX the closer you’ll get to the sound in your head. However, this also means that if you don’t have a sound in your head and just want something based on a rough theme it can also do that very well.