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Microsoft’s Copilot AI Takes Music Creation to the Next Level with Suno Integration

Microsofts Copilot AI Takes Music Creation to the Next Level with Suno Integration

AI-Powered Music at Your Fingertips

is enhancing its Copilot generative AI software, originally based on ChatGPT, by integrating with , a company that excels in AI-generated music. This collaboration marks a significant step in making music creation accessible to everyone, regardless of their musical expertise.

The Beatles Paved the Way

The concept of AI in music isn't new; earlier this year, The Beatles released ‘Now and Then' with the help of . However, Suno's integration with Copilot promises to bring an even more user-friendly experience to music enthusiasts and alike.

Suno: Democratizing Music Production

Microsoft has described Suno as a frontrunner in AI-based With the new Suno plugin for Copilot, users can generate personalized songs using simple prompts. From lyrics to instrumentals and vocals, a single command can lead to a complete song without the need for any musical training.

A Tool for Creatives and Professionals

Both professionals and social media content creators can benefit from Suno's capabilities within Copilot. It serves as a testing ground for new ideas and a source for original music tracks for platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok.

Licensing Limitations

Although Suno allows for the creation of music, it does come with a catch: you cannot monetize the free songs generated. Suno, as reported by The Verge, retains commercial rights, limiting users to non-commercial use unless they opt for a premium subscription that offers more control and the ability to profit from their creations.

Fun for the Family and Beyond

For those seeking light-hearted entertainment, Microsoft suggests using Suno to create a pop song about family adventures. This fun use of AI music generation is available for free through Copilot, simply by enabling Suno with a Microsoft Account.

About the Author

Chris Smith has been immersed in consumer electronics journalism since the iPhone's game-changing debut in 2008. A news writer for BGR, Smith also shares his insights on Marvel's Cinematic Universe and other major film franchises. In his personal time, he's an avid consumer of the latest movies and TV shows, streaming new releases at the earliest opportunity.

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