AI-Based Music Modification App Partners With Major Music College

by Mat Dirjish, the complementary artificial intelligence (AI) app for musicians, is entering an academic partnership with Berklee Online, the online extension of Berklee College of Music.’s technology allows users to remove or isolate vocals and instruments in any song, transcribe lyrics, adjust the speed of a song or change the pitch, detect keys or chords, and enable metronome counts. The app can separate vocals, drums, bass, and other instruments from any song, allowing users to play along with their favorite artists.

Berklee Online professors will be able to integrate a widget featuring an AI Music Player directly into their online classes. Berklee Online’s students will be able to access the latest AI technology in music production and analysis. Additionally, will be offering its services at discounted rates to Berklee Online’s student body.

Berklee professors such as Daniel Morris, a respected bass professor, actively advocate the use of in the educational setting. Morris has been working closely with the team, providing insights and suggestions that contributed to the platform’s evolution.

Morris said, “ has changed the landscape of music pedagogy forever. The App and its functionality complement what we do as teachers; I use it every day in the classroom both online and here on campus. Students around the world are now able to discover and experience music as a language in a profound new way” For more details, visit the website.

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