Hornet Version 7.7 Allows Android Users to Create Their Own Soundtrack With AI Music
West Hollywood, Calif., March 14, 2022 – Hornet, the world’s queer social network with 35 million users is announcing that AI Music, which has previously only been available on iOS, is now available on Android devices.
This industry-first use of machine learning technology has been developed and licensed by Hornet exclusively for the applications of social networks in partnership with AI Music (aimusic.co.uk). AI Music is a U.K.-based pioneer in innovating at the nexus of music and technology, where professional musicians, scientists and media experts collaborate to enable deeper connections with their audiences by infinitely scaling and adapting human creativity.
For the last year, iOS users have been able to add adaptive, machine learning-composed soundtracks to their video stories. The AI Music service analyzes the individual user’s video content, mood, spoken language and video sounds, along with the creator’s choice of music genre (spanning jazz to lounge to dance music) to deliver a custom-composed, royalty-free soundtrack. The feature is now available on all mobile devices.
“We’re incredibly excited to partner with Hornet to enable their community to more authentically create and curate their own stories through the power of personalized music,” says Siavash Mahdavi, CEO of AI Music. “We believe music is one of the most powerful forms of self-expression, and this collaboration will enable people to truly demonstrate their whole, unique selves. We also believe that human creativity drives the quality of our music and we’re honored for Hornet users to empower our content with their creative input.”
Hornet is the world’s queer tech platform, already providing a community home base to 35 million users to connect with their community — anytime, anywhere. Amplifying the radical, affirmative power of the queer community with cutting-edge technology, users can safely embrace their authentic selves. Founded in 2011, Hornet has disrupted dozens of markets such as France, Russia, Brazil, Turkey and Taiwan, to become the number one queer app and is rapidly expanding its sizable user base across Europe and the United States.
More information at hornet.com