Sergio Oramas has been making music for more than a decade and when we meet him, he brings us questions such as: Can musical algorithms be compared to a toxic relationship? Well, this singer from the Canary Islands does it in his new solo musical project “MUYAIO”.
When we hear what Serio Oramas applies to his music, we might be surprised at first glance, but this artist knows what he is talking about since he is one of the greatest experts in artificial intelligence applied to music. His doctoral thesis was dedicated to talking about good algorithms that recommend emerging artists regardless of their popularity in the music industry. With his new single released on Tuesday, February 7 at 00:00 he has created his own algorithm, an idea that unites music with technology and the ingenuity of an artist.
Muyaio - El Algoritmo
To enter and make use of this “experiment” you must enter app.algoderitmo.com, there you can combine the bands and artists you want and this platform will create a playlist of random artists. This new algorithm seeks to let the world know new artists that are hardly recommended on streaming platforms, it is for this reason that the page allows you to fill out a form if you have a band or if you are a soloist to be included in this musical invention.
Now, before we continue talking about this genius that makes music and platforms a laboratory, let’s talk a little more and delve into artificial intelligence in the world of music.
Impact of AI on music:
Artificial intelligence (AI) has had a significant impact on the music industry in recent years. AI technology is being used to create, produce, and analyze music, and is transforming the way musicians and listeners interact with music.
One way that AI is being applied to music is through music composition. AI algorithms can analyze vast amounts of music data and create new music based on patterns and styles found in existing songs. For example, AI music software can create new melodies, harmonies, and rhythms, or even entire songs, that sound like they were composed by a human musician.
Another application of AI in music is in music production. AI tools can help automate the process of mixing and mastering music tracks, allowing producers to quickly and easily tweak different elements of a song to create the desired sound. This can save time and resources and allow musicians to focus more on the creative aspects of music production.
AI is also being used to analyze and categorize music. Music recommendation algorithms use AI to analyze users’ listening habits and suggest new music based on their preferences. This technology is used by popular music streaming platforms such as Spotify and Pandora.
There are also AI-powered music tools that can help musicians and producers create music in real time. For example, AI music software can analyze a live performance and automatically generate accompaniment or improvisational elements to enhance the music. While AI has undoubtedly brought about significant advancements in the music industry, there are concerns about its impact on creativity and the role of human musicians.
Some argue that AI-generated music lacks the emotional depth and authenticity that comes from human creativity. However, as AI technology continues to evolve and improve, it is likely to become an increasingly important tool in the creation and production of music.
Muyaio - Procrastinación is the Enemy ft. Dactah Chando
Music created by an artist and scientist, Sergio Oramas (Muyaio) is one of the world’s leading experts in artificial intelligence applied to music. An integral artist who was also part of the Canary Islands group called “Supertrópica” and who recently embarked on a solo career searching and exploring different sounds, with his roots and above all, his two passions: Science and music, creating this new “Algoritmo” which we talked about at the beginning.
So if you are a musician, have a musical group, or are simply interested in getting to know new musical artists, do not hesitate to enter this new platform and of course, listen to Muyaio’s latest single.