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Rightsify Unveils Hydra II: Revolutionizing AI Music Generation

Rightsify, the global leader in music licensing, today announced the release of Hydra II, the latest iteration of their advanced AI Music Generation Model. Hydra II sets a new standard for AI-generate...

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Trained on a Rightsify-owned dataset of over 1M songs and offering a suite of new editing tools, Hydra II further democratizes access to fully customizable, copyright-cleared AI music and sound effects

PASADENA, Calif.: Rightsify, the global leader in music licensing, today announced the release of Hydra II, the latest iteration of their advanced AI Music Generation Model. Hydra II sets a new standard for AI-generated music as the largest, most diverse and truly ethical model available. The model is trained on an extensive Rightsify-owned data set of more than one million songs and 50,000 hours of music, features over 800 instruments from around the world and is available in more than 50 languages.

Hydra II offers the same ‘Text to Music’ functionality and copyright clearance as the original Hydra, but with enhanced, first-of-its-kind customization capabilities through its expansive music library, global representation and a new suite of editing tools. Hydra II enables anyone to create high quality instrumental music or sound effects for commercial use at a rapid speed – from a music producer or artist needing backing track inspiration to a marketer needing music for an advertisement. Hydra II does not offer vocal or singing generation to further avoid infringement and deepfakes.

“At Rightsify, we prioritize accessibility and empowerment for music users. Hydra II further breaks down the barriers to high-quality music production through its easy-to-use interface and by eliminating the nuances of traditional music licensing, enabling any business or artist to create custom music on-demand,” says Alex Bestall, CEO of Rightsify. “We are dedicated to leveraging the ethical use of AI to unlock the vast potential it holds for music generation, both as a valuable co-pilot for artists and music producers and a background music solution. Hydra II enables individuals and businesses, regardless of musical knowledge and background, to create custom and copyright-free instrumental tracks through a descriptive text prompt, which can be further refined using the comprehensive editing tools.”

Hydra II is trained on a curated dataset of music that is comprehensively labeled with genre, key, tempo, instrumentation, description, notes and chord progressions. This data ensures the model understands musical structure and generates the most realistic sounding music. The model learns from every piece of a song to create high-quality and unique generations, which can be further refined using the new editing tools available within Hydra II, including:

  • Remix Infinity: Adjust speed, slow down, change key and add reverb.
  • Multi-Lingual: Prompt in over 50 languages, facilitating diverse musical expressions.
  • Intro/Fade Out: Create seamless intros and outros for a polished finish.
  • Loop: Double the length of a track, ideal for live streaming and gaming.
  • Mastering: Enhance overall sound quality for professional studio-grade output.
  • Stem Separation: Split recordings into multiple tracks for detailed customization.
  • Share Track: Easily share compositions using a unique URL.

Rightsify maintains complete ownership of all copyrights to their music datasets and extends a worldwide, perpetual royalty-free license to users, instilling the confidence to share their creations across a spectrum of commercial ventures, spanning film, television, social media, background music in public spaces and streaming platforms. Earlier this year, Rightsify proudly attained Fairly Trained certification, cementing its commitment to ethical AI practices and responsible innovation in the industry. Additionally, Rightsify’s datasets do not include any personal identifiable information, which protects users from a privacy perspective as well.

“Hydra II marks a new era for AI music generation by providing businesses, artists, content creators and beyond with a model that allows them to fully express themselves and use their work commercially,” continues Bestall. “Hydra II prioritizes efficiency and diversity, allowing users to blend different genres and cultures, and create full, unique tracks in under a minute and at scale. We’re excited about this next chapter and look forward to the continued evolution of the Hydra model.”

Hydra II is available through four plans: Free for those looking to try it out (10 free generations), Professional Plan ($39/month) for individual creators, Business Plan ($99/month) for businesses looking for in-house music generation and API (price based on usage) for developers and businesses looking to integrate ‘Text to Music’ into their applications. For more information, please visit: https://rightsify.com/hydra/

About Rightsify 
Rightsify is a global leader in music licensing, renowned for its innovative approach over the past 10 years - specializing in providing curated soundtracks for public spaces, digital platforms, and AI technologies.

Fonte: Business Wire

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