CreateSafe, the brainchild of Grimes' manager Daouda Leonard, has officially launched Triniti, a generative AI-powered platform that is now accessible via the web in its free open beta phase. Positioned as an "artistic intelligence" platform, Triniti is designed to empower artists in the music industry.
The standout feature of Triniti is its voice transformation and cloning tool, allowing singers to record and train the AI with diverse voice patterns and styles. Artists receive a digital voice clone, accompanied by a "voice likeness" certificate that grants them the authority to stipulate terms for licensing their voice. Songs created using the AI-generated voice can be distributed, managed, and monetized directly through the platform.
TRINITI is the ultimate voice-cloning and licensing solution that empowers you to own, protect, and monetize your unique voice likeness, while combating AI-driven fraud in the music industry.
Triniti boasts a collection of 30 artists who are set to release digital voice clones in 2024, providing Triniti members with valuable resources for their own creative efforts.
Another noteworthy feature is Triniti's AI sample generator, enabling creators to input a desired genre or vibe, such as a "catchy yet haunting love song." The generator then produces four tracks, each paired with album images. For artists seeking guidance, Triniti's virtual chatbot is on hand to answer questions like "How do labels make money?" or "How to distribute music?"
As of today, Grimes' AI voice tech, audio samples, and chat functionality are freely accessible but voice cloning, licensing, distribution, and management apps are available upon request and approval.