The French musician SKYGGE composed Magic Man with AI Flow Machines, part of his 2018 album ‘Hello World’ Listen ‘Hello World’ album here : Watch ‘Magic Man’ music video here : ————— Led by the French musician SKYGGE, “Hello World” is the first pop music album composed with artists with the help of an Artificial Intelligence. Its goal is to show that AI can be used to create new, compelling music, and not mere lab demos. The album is intended to become a landmark album in the history of technology and music creation. This project started as a research project (the Flow-Machines project, conducted at Sony Computer Science Laboratories and University Paris 6, and funded by the ERC) in which scientists were looking for algorithms to capture and reproduce musical “style”. Many scientific and technical results were obtained. Some prototypes were built, with rudimentary interfaces (and lots of bugs). The French musician Benoit Carré joined the research team and explored uncharted territories of his own creativity through AI tools, under the moniker SKYGGE. He shared his experiences with other artists like Stromae, Kiesza, Michael Lovett (NZCA Lines), C Duncan, JATA, Kyrie Kristmanson, The Pirouettes, Castastrophe, Camille Bertault, Mederic Collignon, The Bionix etc. At some point, artists took control, and the scientific project became a music project. This album is the result of this story. All the songs were created by artists using the technology: composers, singers, musicians, producers, sound engineers, in many musical genres (Pop, Electronic, Ambient, Jazz). Melodic twists, harmonic surprises, timbral juxtapositions, with a strong sense of direction and with the uncompromising goal of making really good music, music that can touch and challenge the fan base of the artists. …… FOLLOW SKYGGE : Website : Facebook : Instagram : Subscribe to SKYGGE MUSIC official channel :