Young people are using AI to make music
Around 63% of young creatives aged 16-24 years old are using artificial intelligence to help them with their music but is it killing their creativity.
According to a new survey by Youth Music, 63% of young creatives aged 16-24 years old are using AI in various ways, including music making.
South east artist Tee Peters, musician and programme director at Sound Connections, has been using AI in the process of making his music for years. He describes his music as chill, catchy and conscious.
“Throughout my journey so far I’ve had times where I’m alone – I don’t have my full team with me, I don’t have my producers, I don’t have my engineer. Software and tools that are run by AI help me fill that void of the people that are missing in the room.”
“I spent a lot of time while doing music kind of figuring out how to do so many things as one person with a short amount of time. If I spent so much time doing a bunch of tasks that aren’t to do with the music that I need to complete, it’s kind of counterproductive, so AI has helped me a lot.”