2021.07.01 Press Release

Amadeus Code, a renowned AI-powered songwriting system developer, has released its music distribution platform, “Amadeus Code”: Anyone can monetize their own secondary works with copyright-free materials

Amadeus Code (Head office: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Jun Inoue) is pleased to announce the release of Amadeus Code, a music distribution platform for music creators, on July 1. Through this platform, Amadeus Code will begin offering copyright-free materials.

Amadeus Code

Amadeus Code (hereinafter referred to as “AC”) is an online application that allows users to easily acquire materials that they can use to create their own songs. In the same manner as Evoke Music, a music distribution platform for videos that has already been released, it features artificial intelligence powered songwriting* that can add songs based on searched words, so that your library will continue to grow forever.

Creators can download stems, loops, MIDI, and other parts from AC which serve as ideas for creating songs. By overdubbing instruments and choruses, they can create high quality songs freely even if they have little songwriting experience. All rights to the created music belong to the creator, and can be easily monetized as original music.

Amadeus Code

*Amadeus Code AI is a patented technology owned by Amadeus Code. It is a group of algorithms that apply computational technology for natural language processing in Japanese, and can generate an infinite number of songs in 4 seconds per song based on the style.

【Company Overview】
Company name: Amadeus Code https://amadeuscode.com/
Location: 4-22-12 Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-0053, Japan
Business activities: Planning, development, and operation of music distribution applications Amadeus Code and Evoke Music
Representative: Jun Inoue

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