AI Helps Aisis Create Latest Biblical Oasis Album

Biblical: Aisis release new Oasis album thanks to AI

The music industry seems to be divided over the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in creating music. While some welcome the idea, others are skeptical and prevent such experiments. Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher belongs to the former group, as he praises the new KI Oasis album, which features his voice generated using AI. The album, called “Aisis – The Lost Tapes Vol. 1,” was created by British band Breezer, who played the instruments themselves but used AI to replace the singer’s voice with Liam Gallagher’s.

According to Breezer, they couldn’t wait any longer for a new Oasis album, so they took matters into their own hands. The album is currently available only on YouTube, and the first track features the sound of waves that sound like the ones on Oasis’s hit album “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory?”. The rest of the album has a classic Brit-pop sound, complete with distorted guitars and Liam Gallagher’s signature vocals.

Grimes, another musician, is also pro-AI and has said that anyone can use her voice if a resulting song is successful, and she’d like to share the royalties. However, other musicians like Drake and The Weeknd are not impressed with their AI-generated duet.

The question of copyright is also a concern when it comes to AI-generated content. While lawyers agree that artificially generated content cannot be attributed to any author, the use of well-known voices still affects trademark law. Unless Liam Gallagher approves of the use of his voice, it cannot be used in AI-generated music.

Overall, the music industry is still divided over the use of AI in creating music, and the legality of such content is still unclear in many places. Regardless of the opinions surrounding AI-generated music, it seems that the trend is here to stay.

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