Adobe previews new cutting-edge generative AI tools for crafting and editing custom audio

Adobe testing AI tools for crafting and editing custom audio
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Adobe Research’s latest experimental work is poised to revolutionize the creation and modification of custom audio and music. Introducing Project Music GenAI Control, an innovative tool in its early development stages, it enables creators to produce music using text prompts. Furthermore, this tool offers meticulous editing capabilities, allowing for precise adjustments to meet specific requirements.

“With Project Music GenAI Control, generative AI becomes your co-creator. It helps people craft music for their projects, whether they’re broadcasters, or podcasters, or anyone else who needs audio that’s just the right mood, tone, and length,” says Nicholas Bryan, Senior Research Scientist at Adobe Research and one of the creators of the technologies.

Adobe has a decade-long legacy of AI innovation, and Firefly, Adobe’s family of generative AI models has become the most popular AI image generation model designed for safe commercial use, in record time, globally. Firefly has been used to generate over 6 billion images to date. Adobe is committed to ensuring our technology is developed in line with our AI ethics principles of accountability, responsibility, and transparency. All content generated with Firefly automatically includes Content Credentials – which are “nutrition labels” for digital content, that remain associated with content wherever it is used, published or stored.

With a simple user interface, users could transform their generated audio based on a reference melody; adjust the tempo, structure, and repeating patterns of a piece of music; choose when to increase and decrease the audio’s intensity; extend the length of a clip; re-mix a section; or generate a seamlessly repeatable loop.

Instead of manually cutting existing music to make intros, outros, and background audio, Project Music GenAI Control could help users to create exactly the pieces they need—solving workflow pain points end-to-end.

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