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6 May, 2023
2 min time to read

Canadian singer and songwriter Grimes, whose real name is Clare Boucher, has launched a new AI voice software called Elf.Tech to help people duplicate her voice and create music.

The platform allows users to upload recordings of their own voice, which can then be transformed using Grimes' voice via automated technology. The vocals can then be mixed with other electronically generated sounds and beats to create new tracks that sound similar to Grimes' style of music.

However, in exchange for using her voice, Grimes has asked for a 50% split of master recording royalties, with the possibility of publishing royalties as well.

According to Grimes, this is the future of music, where artists can let an algorithm replicate their voice and then cash in on a percentage of the profits. The move has generated a lot of buzz and excitement on social media, with many users already creating new songs using Grimes' voice.

Grimes' manager, Daouda Leonard, says that the idea is to allow people to access what the universe gave her as a gift, and to explore new experiences that can be created out of that.

Grimes, who is also the ex-partner of tech billionaire Elon Musk, has been a vocal proponent of AI technology. With the launch of Elf.Tech, she has now opened up new possibilities for music creation and experimentation, which could shape the future of the music industry.