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Compose songs without knowing anything about music? Now it’s possible with Copilot

Creating songs with just a click is possible thanks to the collaboration between Microsoft and Suno.

Compose songs without knowing anything about music? Now it’s possible with Copilot
María López

María López

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At the beginning of the year, Microsoft introduced Copilot, an AI-powered assistant designed to help users perform all kinds of tasks. Since its launch, the company has been continuously improving Copilot, and now, a new functionality is added: composing songs based on a description (or prompt).

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To do this, Microsoft has joined forces with Suno, a company “leader in AI-based music creation”. As we can read in the official Microsoft Bing blog, Suno is “a pioneer in the ability to generate complete songs (lyrics, instruments, and vocals) from a single phrase”.

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And you won’t need to have any musical knowledge. Microsoft Copilot and Suno can generate music step by step based on your instructions. It’s as simple as that. If you want to start composing on your own, you just have to follow these steps:

  • Open your browser and visit the Copilot website. Make sure you are logged in with your Microsoft account.
  • Activate the Suno plugin or click on the Suno logo itself.
  • Now, ask Copilot to compose a song. You can ask for a specific music genre, with a special theme… Be creative.

However, music composition through Copilot will not be available on Windows 11 until March 2024. However, the feature can be used on Windows 10 and other applications such as Word or Excel, for example.

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Regarding the ownership of the songs, it all depends on the version of Suno you are using. If you use the free option, Suno will claim ownership of those songs. However, you will still be able to use the compositions as long as there is no profit motive.

María López

María López

Artist by vocation and technology lover. I have liked to tinker with all kinds of gadgets for as long as I can remember.

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