AI generated techno

with the rise of the ghostwriter phenomenon, and people assuming it could give back to the artist in a way so that big labels won’t be able have so much control over every aspect of the music, how could this play out with techno? since there is usually no voice connected to a big name, what could the future of techno be with this new technology in a way that it gives to the artist instead of potentially just replacing them?

I dunno, but I am looking forward to Jeff Mills accidentally releasing some AI tracks under his own name.


No way! Allen Iverson doing techno, that’s awesome!


maybe this CDM article about openAI‘s Jukebox trained with HÖR archive material might give you an idea :sunglasses:

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