AI Music Maker: Stable Audio 2.0 Creates 3-Minute Songs with Ease

Projects focused on creating music typically work with short audio files, often less than a minute in duration. However, the new version of Stable Audio, 2.0, has taken a significant step forward in this regard.

Available on stableaudio.com, Stable Audio 2.0 now offers users the ability to generate music from descriptive texts and transform existing audio files into completely new creations through its audio-to-audio capabilities. This means users can upload their own audio files and modify them as desired, similar to editing an image.

One of the standout features of the new version is style transfer, which allows users to apply different musical tones to their tracks with ease. For example, one could give their audio a classical bolero style or an energetic electronic music vibe. This functionality opens up a world of possibilities for experimentation and finding a unique sound.

Stability AI has also addressed concerns around copyright in the digital age by integrating technology from Audible Magic to prevent copyright infringement. This ensures that users respect artists’ work and stay within legal boundaries when creating content.

Furthermore, the collaboration with AudioSparx to train the model with over 800,000 audio files demonstrates a commitment to ethics and respect for the original creators. Users can now generate tracks up to three minutes in length with stereo quality at 44.1 kilocycles, representing a significant leap forward in AI-assisted music production.

Accessing Stable Audio 2.0 is simple and free – users just need to visit the website and sign in with a Stable AI or Google account. This platform offers a range of innovative and personalized ways to create music, making it a valuable tool for musicians and music enthusiasts alike.

While there have been other programs for creating music, such as Google’s MusicLM and Microsoft’s SUN, the advancements seen in Stable Audio 2.0 are truly impressive. This latest version pushes the boundaries of what is possible with AI-generated music and opens up new avenues for musical exploration and creativity.