Computerized Composers Are Coming To Adobe’s Creative Cloud

Computerized Composers Are Coming To Adobe’s Creative Cloud

By | March 20th, 2017
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AI music service Amper will soon work inside Adobe’s Creative Cloud.

It’s not Mozart yet, but it might compose decent background music.


Amper, a web-based service that uses artificial intelligence to generate music announced an integration with Adobe’s Creative Cloud and the launch of its public API.

“We think that the future of music is going to be created through the collaboration between humans and AI,” says Drew Silverstein, a music composer and Amper’s CEO. “It’s the pinnacle of the next creative evolution.”

The simple, inorganic-sounding songs it creates are more akin to what you’d find in a stock music library, hence its integration with Adobe’s software. Specifically, people using Adobe Premiere Pro can use Amper to generate songs natively inside the popular video-editing software.Amper joins the likes of Google Brain’s Magenta project and IBM’s Watson AI platform in pushing artificial intelligence toward more creative modes of thinking and teaching computers to create music.

By integrating with Adobe’s Creative Cloud and opening up its API, Amper makes this computer-generated music more readily available for precisely these types of projects. And presuming that its API is picked up and used by other developers, Amper’s functionality will find its way into other use cases and interfaces down the line.


Nisheeth Bhakuni

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