Adobe showcases the “Photoshop for music”


The new tool isn’t just about generating audio, it’s taking it to the level of Photoshop, Nicholas Bryan, one of the creators of the technology, thinks.

Adobe Research has demoed its new experimental work, an early-stage AI music generation and editing tool dubbed Project Music GenAI Control.

“It helps people craft music for their projects, whether they’re broadcasters, podcasters, or anyone else who needs audio that’s just the right mood, tone, and length,” Bryan, a senior research scientist at Adobe Research, said.

The new tool creates music from prompts and then can be used to fine-tune the melody via things like:

  • Adjusting tempo and structure
  • Adjusting repeating patterns of a piece of music
  • Choosing when to increase and decrease the audio’s intensity
  • Extending the length of a clip
  • Re-mixing a section
  • Generating a seamlessly repeatable loop

“One of the exciting things about these new tools is that they aren’t just about generating audio – they’re taking it to the level of Photoshop by giving creatives the same kind of deep control to shape, tweak, and edit their audio. It’s a kind of pixel-level control for music,” Bryan explained.


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