Dynascore Launched – AI Driven Music for Filmmakers

Dynascore Launched – AI Driven Music for Filmmakers

Wonder Inventions has just released a new service to help filmmakers and content creators get the perfect music for their next project: Dynascore. This tool is available as a standalone app for Windows and Mac users and an extension for Adobe Premiere Pro. With Dynascore, all you have to do is select a musical scheme and then adjust the music track with the specific length, transitions, pauses, and endings of your video. Let’s take a closer look at how this Artificial-Intelligence-based tool can help you.

In the last couple of years, we’ve seen more and more tools/software for filmmakers that use AI to get the job done faster or with better results. For example, you can use Colourlab Ai to help you color grade with artificial intelligence, Audio Design Desk for sound design, or Pond5 research tool for stock footage.

However, even if the music licensing market has been vastly simplified recently, with more affordable and simple-to-understand offerings, the quest for the perfect track for your next project is still a long process. Most of the time, you have to cut the music track and “remix” it, shorten the intro, move the break elsewhere, and so on, so that the music fits your edit.

There are already tools like Syncly Music that simplify this music-sourcing process with an Adobe Premiere Pro extension. But, to help you with that and work more logically (put some music over your edit, and not change your edit depending on the music) a young company called Wonder Inventions released Dynascore.

Dynascore = Dynamic + Score

Howard Lerman, the co-founder, and CEO of Yext, recently launched Wonder Inventions, the startup behind Dynascore. This tool aimed at filmmakers and content creators is designed to create “tailormade” music compositions for your edit, but it doesn’t create music from scratch. Indeed, Dynascore is based on what the company calls “Masterworks.” In short, these are around 1000 original classic compositions that are in the public domain.

To get started, you have to search the tool’s library depending on the mood, genre, subgenre, instruments, and theme you want for your music. Then, once you have your composition, select the track’s length and where you want your musical transitions, pauses, and endings. The Dynascore music engine – or artificial intelligence – will hatch a track that perfectly meets your requirements in about a minute. And that’s it; the song you created should now be in sync with your video.

Image credit: Dynascore

Suppose you make changes to your edit (or a client request changes, but that’s very rare ;)), no problems. All you have to do is adjust the timings to your new edit, and Dynascore will dynamically reconstruct the same composition to reflect your edits.

Also, if you change your mind and want a different type of music over your video, you can swap in a different track with the same timings with just a few clicks.

How does it work?

The concept behind Dynascore is to adjust/create music that sounds like a real song, and not weird music with no sense created by an AI. The tool seamlessly put together small parts that makes musical sense to create a global track/song.

The nice thing about Dynascore is that all tracks are completely unrestricted and royalty free; no need to search for hours for the correct license and make sure you can use it on your next project.

Last but not least, it is available as a standalone desktop app for Mac or Windows, but also as an Adobe Premiere Pro Extension. With the Premiere Pro Extension, Dynascore integrates directly into the NLE to get the job done faster.

Pricing and availability

Dynascore is available now, you can try it for free with 20 tracks, and it’ll cost you $19/month if you want to continue using it.

If you want to learn more about it, please visit Wonder inc.’s website here.

What do you think about this new AI-powered tool? Did you try Dynascore for yourself? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below!

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