Amped Studio Release the First AI Assisted Beatmaker Contest

Amped Studio Release the First AI Assisted Beatmaker Contest

Stockholm, Sweden Jul 20, 2023 ( – Amped Studio. the online music creation platform, has just announced the release of the world´s first AI assisted Beatmaker contest. Using the track building, AI assistant to start your creation with an arranged group of audio stems offers users unlimited possibilities to initiate a modern music production.

“This AI assisted Beatmaker contest is geared for everyone with an interest in making music regardless of experience. Using the AI assistant with an online DAW makes music making accessible for everyone,” says Bil Bryant, CEO of Amptrack Technologies. “Track Builders AI is a fantastic way to kickstart an idea for a song and because the results are created track by track in our DAW, you can edit and develop the results with Amped Studio´s tools like an integrated sound library, Drumpler, Chord Creator, the array of included virtual instruments & effects, VST remote and much more”, continues Bryant.

The contest in its entirety takes place on and is free. Open the Studio and click on the AI Assistant select a genre – BPM- length and go. A basic song will appear and the users can start developing their contest submission by adding, subtracting or manipulating the results. When finished you export your track to the contest Tracks page and the 3 of the most lliked submissions will go to the selection round where judges will select the winner in each of the 3 genres open for the competition (Trap, House, Lofi Hip Hop). The judges will base the submission on originality and creative use of Amped Studio. Each of the 3 winners gets a cash prize of $500 and a year subscription to Amped+AI .

The contest runs from July 20th to August 10th and you can learn more about the contest and get started here::

You can check out this video on how to start using the AI Assistant in Amped Studio:

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