CoSo is the AI-assisted music creation and sound discovery app that lets you
follow your instincts and create in the moment. Whether you’re making unique
music for your social posts or getting inspo for your next hit, CoSo is the app
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Half the time the add stack button doesn’t work, along with it constantly dropping out saying “no internet” despite me having full bars of wifi connection. This leads to the user losing the stacks that they try to work on randomly unless you save constantly.
Alright, I’ll admit. I was skeptical to give this a try. I pay for a splice sounds membership at 100 credits a month. While I greatly appreciate the service and use it regularly, something about using pre made samples always gave me an internal argument. I was weary of this app being another high-tech money-grab that stunts the growth of true creativity. If you want to look at it that way, yes, it may insidious - but delightfully so. The sheer speed at which one can sketch new ideas is like nothing I’ve ever used before. I will always grapple with the idea of AI making my creative decisions for me. It encourages laziness. But at the end of the day we musicians are still in the driver’s seat. I think for the average splice user who uses loops as a source of inspiration or a sort of “jumping off” point, this app will ramp up those sketching workflows exponentially. I foresee increased spending of splice credits in my future, which might not be such a bad thing after all :)
I think this is a great idea for creating royalty free original loops, but it needs more variety in the sample libraries. There are hundreds of thousands of samples on Splice but only a few packs seem to be available for this app.
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