AI Composed Music for Your Film? – Ecrett’s Royalty Free Library to Your Aid

February 20th, 2019 Jump to Comment Section 6
AI Composed Music for Your Film? - Ecrett's Royalty Free Library to Your Aid

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is going fast, and it’s now taking a step further. What if a computer could create an entirely tailor-made song for your film? This is ecrett music’s promise – and it is mind-blowing.



What Is Ecrett Music?

With filmmakers in mind, ecrett music is an AI-driven music composing service. The process is straightforward: you select a type of film, a mood, you hit create, and that’s it. The AI generates a unique song, based on your selections.
In the player, you can drag and drop your video to see if the music matches.
Not wholly convinced in regards to the result? You can further customize the structure of the song, the length, and instruments to your liking. The question is, does it work?

It’s so simple that first, I was a bit skeptical about ecrett music’s offers. I have to admit, I am blown away by the results I get from the AI. Every time, it generates a song that is usable and in sync with my video. If it doesn’t fit to what I’m looking for, I can re-generate a song, or change the pattern of the music, quickly.

Ecrett music keeps growing, and around 100,000 patterns of music are generated and added each month.


Rights and Pricing

The music provided is royalty free for both, personal and commercial projects. This means, you can use any music, and as much music as you want, at no extra cost.

Ecrett music works as a subscription plan, giving you two choices:

  • $5 per month ( or $55 per year ) for individuals and small businesses
  • $10 per month ( or $109.99 per year ) for businesses

Regarding pricing, it’s one of the most affordable music providing services on the market. It will be interesting to see how it will stand against some of the more established music libraries out there.

And finally, you can try ecrett music for free on their website by clicking on create music.

What do you think of AI-generated music? Let us know if you tried ecrett music and what you think about it in the comments down below!

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