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LimeWire has introduced an AI Creator Studio that provides musicians with expressive Web3 tools in 2023.

LimeWire, the once-infamous filesharing brand used to spread pirated music in the early 2000s, re-emerged in 2022 as a music NFTs marketplace. Its new platform launched in July last year, while the brand recently moved into Patreon-style artist-level subscriptions.

Now, LimeWire is back with a new offering that aims to provide resourceful Web3 tools to musicians and independent artists. LimeWire has introduced the ‘AI Creator Studio’ on the Polygon network, providing artists with the means to craft AI-generated images, audio, and video content.

LimeWire AI Creator Studio

LimeWire’s Creator Studio offers musicians and independent artists a platform to harness AI-generated images, audio, and videos. As LimeWire’s COO, Marcus Feistl, highlighted, “The studio is really made for experienced creators just as much as it is for first-timers… [like] creating cover art for music releases.”

Furthermore, the unveiling of LimeWire’s ‘AI Creator Studio’ underscores the brand’s evolution from its origins as a file-sharing program to a Web3 content platform. Creator Studio initially presents image generation capabilities, allowing users to employ artificial intelligence models to create new visuals or enhance existing ones for release artwork and other use cases.

Feistl also divulged that in the near future, artists will have access to a library of melodies, beats, and songs, thereby enabling AI-generated music creation. The platform aims to foster a collaborative ecosystem by encouraging musicians to upload their original work to build a rich library of licensed images, music stems, and instruments.

All content produced within the ‘AI Creator Studio’ will be automatically minted on the Polygon blockchain, securing creators’ intellectual property and enabling seamless transactions. As Feistl emphasizes, “We’re proud to be one of the first established players to bring these two communities together on a single platform.”