Create AI Songs with Microsoft Copilot


Microsoft Copilot, an AI-powered chatbot from Microsoft, has recently integrated with Suno, a GenAI music app, to allow for song composition on demand. Users can input prompts into Copilot, such as “Create a pop song about Christmas with my family,” and Sumo will generate complete songs, including lyrics, instruments, and singing voices, from one or two-line text prompt.

To access the Suno integration, Copilot users can launch Microsoft Edge by visiting and logging in there with their Microsoft account. From there, they can enable the Suno plug-in or click on the Suno logo that says, “Make music with Suno.”

“We believe that this partnership will open new horizons for creativity and fun, making music creation accessible to everyone,” reads a post published on the Microsoft Bing blog earlier today. “This experience will begin rolling out to users starting today, ramping up in the coming weeks.”

One key difference between the plug-in and Suno’s Discord: The Suno plug-in can only generate one song per search result, while the AI on Suno’s own site will get you two songs per prompt, says Microsoft senior communications manager Donny Turnbaugh.

Suno uses a proprietary AI system to create the musical composition, which does raise concerns about copyright infringement, originality, and unfair competition with human artists. So please make sure you investigate that more if you are planning to use this new skill for more than just fun.

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