Thanks to Suno on Copilot, you can now use AI to make music

Meet Suno, now live on Copilot plugins.

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Key notes

  • A new plugin has just arrived on Copilot. It’s called Suno.
  • Suno lets you create music using AI regardless of your musical background/knowledge.
  • Simply toggle the plugin on and then write your prompts.

Copilot, Microsoft’s beloved AI assistant and companion, has recently revealed that it’s teaming up with Suno. The partnership lets you use AI to make music, and here’s what it means. 

The Redmond-based tech giant says that now everyone, regardless of skill or musical background, can create music with Suno on Copilor. It can help you compose lyrics, instrumentals, and even singing voices from a single sentence. All with simple word prompts.

As demonstrated in the official announcement, you can toggle on Suno on the Copilot plugins. Then, you can simply write prompts like, “Make a soulful song about daily life from a perspective of a pet,” etc.

“We believe that this partnership will open new horizons for creativity and fun, making music creation accessible to everyone. This experience will begin rolling out to users starting today, ramping up in the coming weeks.” says Microsoft.

YouTube has also made similar suit in recent months. While Google had said that it would hunt down AI music covers that were done without permission, the tech giant is not totally against AI in music. 

Besides that, they also rolled out a feature that lets AI create specifically tailored images for your playlists on YouTube Music. With Dream Track, you can also create a 30-second of any popular musical artist you want. 

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