Over 200 GrimesAI records now available for content creators to use on any platform
Slip.stream users can now use records featuring GrimesAI vocals in their videos, posts, streams, and podcasts.
Image: Timothy Hiatt / Getty Images
Grimes and CreateSafe have teamed up with music technology platform Slip.stream to make over 200 GrimesAI songs available for use by content creators on any platform.
- READ MORE: Tony Visconti walks out of Rolling Stones’ secret show early blaming Questlove’s DJ set – Questlove responds
Earlier this year, the singer rolled out Elf.Tech, an AI software that allows users to mimic her voice in any song of their choosing. Powered by CreateSafe’s Triniti API, the platform enables artists to distribute their new creations to DSPs like Spotify, Apple, Tidal, and others. Over 1000 songs have been created since its launch.
Of the new collaboration, CreateSafe co-founder and CEO Daouda Leonard says, “Central to the mission of Grimes and CreateSafe is empowering artists with the means to not only conceive and collaborate on their creations but also to share them with a global audience.”
“Through our partnership with Slip.stream, creators will now have the unique opportunity to enhance their videos with GrimesAI music, opening up new horizons for artistic expression. Simultaneously, musicians will gain access to the burgeoning creator economy at an unprecedented scale via Slip.Stream.”
Jesse Korwin, CMO and co-founder at Slip.stream adds, “We’re beyond excited to be collaborating with a groundbreaking visionary like Grimes. At Slip.stream, our mission is to change the music industry by breaking down barriers and enabling creators and musicians to elevate their creativity by bringing them together. This partnership is a big step forward in that endeavour.”
Known for her support of artificial intelligence and its intersection with music, Grimes has previously spoken about where she thinks the technology is headed, saying: “I do think AI is gonna be the next thing.”
“I have a lot of opinions about how it should be pursued,” she told Wired. “So another reason I’m here [in San Francisco] is that I’m trying to meet with all the people making generative AI music to try to convince them to do things in ways that are safe for the human psyche.”
To create a GrimesAI track, head to elf.tech.
Get the latest news, reviews and tutorials to your inbox.Subscribe