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Audio Splitting with AI

Ninu

09-Jun-21 22:00

Audio Splitting with AI

Have you ever wondered how karaoke spots obtain their library of songs without the vocals? The technology of audio splitting enables isolating vocals or instruments from a song using specific software. However, with the advancement of machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), the process can be done more effectively. Although there is still room for improvement, this is definitely good news for creatives. What does the future of this piece of tech look like? Producer Ninu joins us to share his thoughts on AI tech and its accessibility.

IMAGE SOURCE: LALAL.AI

Produced by: Ali Johan, Othniel Ting

Presented by: Ali Johan, Othniel Ting


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