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14 Jun, 2023
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Paul McCartney has revealed that artificial intelligence was important in creating what he calls "the last Beatles record," using John Lennon's voice extracted from an old demo.

The newly created song is scheduled to be released later this year.

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In an interview with BBC radio, McCartney explained how Jackson utilized AI to isolate Lennon's voice from a low-quality cassette recording and a piano track. The technology allowed them to remove unwanted elements and focus solely on Lennon's vocals. McCartney expressed his excitement about the possibilities that AI offers in the creative process.

Describing the AI-assisted duet he performed virtually with Lennon on "I've Got a Feeling" at last year's Glastonbury Festival, McCartney emphasized the potential of AI to bring artists together across time and space. AI enabled McCartney to collaborate with his late bandmate in a unique way.

Later this month McCartney will unveil an exhibition called "Eye of the Storm" at the National Portrait Gallery. The exhibition showcases McCartney's personal collection of over 250 previously unseen photographs taken during The Beatles' early years of fame.