In a groundbreaking move, myvox, a newly launched music platform, offers artists the opportunity to clone, safeguard, license, and profit from their voice using AI technology.
Officially unveiled on August 14th, myvox serves as a legitimate alternative to voice-mimicking AI technologies. It stands as the pioneer platform enabling the direct distribution of licensed AI voices across all streaming platforms, with the goal of democratizing music creation, particularly for those without access to high-end studios. The myvox “Pro” subscription is currently available for $14.99 per month.
Dahlia, an AI voice model, marks myvox’s inaugural AI artist, crafted by the Iranian-Dutch singer-songwriter Sevdaliza. Through myvox, creators can transform their own vocals into Dahlia’s and release their tracks on various streaming platforms. Notably, 50 percent of royalties generated are directed to Sevdaliza. Dahlia made her debut in the video for “OH MY GOD,” introduced by the artist last year, garnering an impressive 1.5 million views.
myvox joins the ranks of startups in this field, with competitors such as VoiceSwap, launched by DJ Fresh last month, and CreateSafe, collaborating with Grimes on her licensed AI voice model.
With myvox, artists have a unique opportunity to leverage AI technology to expand their creative horizons and revenue streams while ensuring their voice remains under their control.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology