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Udio, Suno: AI-generated music is already competing for low added value orders

• Start-ups like Udio and Suno, which use generative artificial intelligence to produce music, are pumping out vast quantities of songs.
• Musicians are wondering if it will be possible to fine tune the surprising results produced by these tools. They also worry that they will take market share from human artists.
• Some see AI as a threat to artistic creativity, others believe that it will pave the way for more extensive use of music in fields like advertising, film and the metaverse.
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