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Lal Salaam: Music maestro AR Rahman uses AI technology to revive voices of late singers, shares post

This innovative approach collaborates the echoes of the past with the rhythms of the future, creating a unique blend of nostalgia and innovation. This represents a significant advancement for Tamil cinema, as such techniques have thus far been employed primarily in Western entertainment. The integration of AI adds an emotional touch to the soundtrack, introducing a special element that has sparked anticipation among fans.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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Mumbai: Groundbreaking application of technology in music production, renowned musician AR Rahman has leveraged artificial intelligence to breathe new life into the voices of late singers Bamba Bakya and Shahul Hameed. With his unique style of music and various compositions, A.R. Rahman all over the years has managed to captivate the souls of people. The upcoming film Laal Salaam will include their recreated voices in its soundtrack, marking an unprecedented moment in the music industry.

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Reviving voices through artificial intelligence

This innovative approach collaborates the echoes of the past with the rhythms of the future, creating a unique blend of nostalgia and innovation. This represents a significant advancement for Tamil cinema, as such techniques have thus far been employed primarily in Western entertainment. The integration of AI adds an emotional touch to the soundtrack, introducing a special element that has sparked anticipation among fans.

In creating something new and unique, the music legend has used artificial intelligence to bring back the voices of late singers Bamba Bakya and Shahul Hameed. He shared this piece of information on social media along with a poster. The caption read. “We took permission from their families and sent deserving remuneration for using their voice algorithms ..technology is not a threat and a nuisance if we use it right…#respect #nostalgia”.

While this venture pushed the boundaries of musical creativity, Rahman ensured the ethics of the process by obtaining consent from the families of the late singers. They received appropriate remuneration, reflecting respectful use of technology in the preservation and respect of artistic heritage.

The film Laal Salaam, directed by Aishwarya Rajinikanth, features many iconic actors including Vishnu Vishal, Vikrant and Rajinikanth in cameo roles. The screenplay, co-written by Aishwarya Rajinikanth and Vishnu Rangasamy, is produced by Subaskaran Allirajah’s Lyca Productions. The film will be released in multiple languages ​​including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam, and will be distributed in Tamil Nadu by Udhayanidhi Stalin-owned Red Gant Movies.

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