AI-generated music platform Mubert says its catalog now tops 100 million songs exclusively using licensed music for input.
Mubert, a pioneer in AI-generated music, has reported that its users have created over 56 million tracks and initiated 44.2 million streaming sessions, topping 100 million songs exclusively using licensed music for input. By comparison, the complete Spotify catalog also contains 100 million tracks.
The most popular genres among the 100 million tracks generated by Mubert were Lo-Fi, Ambient, and Chill –genres that best suit being played as an accompaniment to the majority of online content consumption: streams, shows, interviews, shorts, and podcasts.
The platform allows for the generation of music via Mubert API, which is available for paying B2B customers, Mubert Play, a mobile app offering different channels and genres, and Mubert Render, the latest core product launched in 2022.
“We are thrilled that Mubert is able to meet the demand for legal and high-quality music to supply the needs of the Creator Economy,” says Alex Mubert, co-CEO and founder of Mubert. “AI-generated music matches this sharp growth: it is impossible to imagine streams, podcasts, and shows without music, and Mubert allows for the generation of an unlimited amount of music of any duration and any genre, tailored to the needs of the Creator Economy.”
Mubert built its first generative music AI in 2017, becoming one of the first solutions of its kind. The company established legal relationships with music creators, who are paid for contributing audio samples to the AI’s training. Now Mubert operates a library of 2.5 million proprietary sounds to train its algorithms.
The company’s work meets all legal and royalty requirements, owing to its established relationships with music creators, as all musicians who contribute to derivative content by “topping up” its AI’s input are paid for their work. Agencies, bloggers, streamers, and companies use Mubert to generate unique music tracks across genres that can last several hours based on text queries.