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  • 41. 41: Kendrick Lamar vs Drake (2024 Rap Beef)

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    Learn the 5 companies you have to register your music with in this e-book: Music Royalties DemystifiedSummaryIn the Breve Music Podcast, host Jermaine Harris discusses the ongoing rap battle between Drake and Kendrick Lamar that has been making waves on Twitter and Reddit. Despite enjoying music from both artists, Jermaine finds it challenging to witness this unfolding rivalry. From his perspective, Kendrick Lamar seems to be winning the battle, being considered a superior lyricist compared to Drake, especially in their recent releases. Initially skeptical about the authenticity of the beef, Jermaine now believes it is real and wonders about the future dynamics between the artists. Speculating on potential developments, he ponders the possibility of more artists releasing music against Drake, leaving him unsure about what to expect next in this ongoing musical feud.
  • 40. 40: Music History Lessons Coming Soon

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    Learn the 5 companies you have to register your music with in this e-book: Music Royalties DemystifiedSummaryIn this episode of the Breve Music Podcast, host Jermaine Harris shares his excitement about a new idea for exploring music history. He plans to introduce listeners to lesser-known composers and promises more details in upcoming episodes as he finalizes the concept. Stay tuned for future podcasts where he will delve deeper into this innovative approach to learning about music.
  • 39. 39: Are AI Music Websites Taking Jobs?

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    Learn the 5 companies you have to register your music with in this e-book: Music Royalties DemystifiedSummaryIn this Breve Music Podcast episode, hosted by Jermaine Harris, the discussion revolves around the increasing role of AI in creating music. Jermaine highlights two websites, Stable Audio and Mubert, that allow users to generate AI-based music from prompts, which he found surprisingly good, resembling typical background music in TV shows or movies. He addresses concerns about AI potentially taking jobs from producers but acknowledges the value of human composers in providing customization and making edits that AI may not achieve. While AI-generated music may serve those needing generic short pieces, human composers still hold significance for more complex projects. Jermaine suggests that producers emphasize their ability to offer customization beyond AI and seek feedback from clients leaving for AI-generated music to improve their services in the future.
  • 38. 38: Supertone's AI Voice Changer

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    Learn the 5 companies you have to register your music with in this e-book: Music Royalties DemystifiedArticle About Supertone's AI Voice Shifter: https://pxl.to/hybe-supertone-shiftIn this episode of the Breve Music Podcast, Jermaine Harris discusses the recent release of HYBE’s beta tool called Supertone Shift, which enables voice translation across different languages. Initially offering a limited number of languages, this innovative technology presents exciting possibilities like listening to favorite songs in various languages. Jermaine anticipates further advancements and broader language options in the future, highlighting the current impressive capability of translating voices into languages like Korean and Japanese with good accuracy. He looks forward to witnessing the growing popularity and evolution of this transformative software tool.
  • 37. 37: Spotify Allowing Manipulated Audio

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    Learn the 5 companies you have to register your music with in this e-book: Music Royalties DemystifiedIn the Breve Music Podcast, host Jermaine Harris discusses Spotify’s potential plans to allow users to manipulate audio on their platform, such as speeding up or slowing down tracks. He reflects on the implications for royalties and potential changes if songs are altered just below certain payment thresholds. Spotify is also exploring a premium tier for high-quality music streaming to compete with platforms like TikTok and retain users. The focus is on engaging superfans in the music industry to boost audience loyalty and profits, as Spotify aims to ensure consistent profitability in the future.
  • 36. 36: Principles for Music Creation With AI

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    Learn the 5 companies you have to register your music with in this e-book: Music Royalties DemystifiedJermaine Harris, the host of the Breve Music Podcast, discusses a collaboration between Universal Music Group and Roland to establish principles for music creation with AI. These principles emphasize the integral role of music in humanity and highlight how technology can enhance music production. Jermaine appreciates the focus on using AI to benefit musicians and humanity, emphasizing the importance of responsible use. He looks forward to the partnership’s development and hopes to see the industry leverage AI to help musicians generate more income.