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How to Deepfake Grimes’ Voice and Not Get Blocked

Are you tired of singing on your own songs? Do you dream of collaborating with Grimes, but don’t know how to reach out to her? Well, worry not my friend, for Grimes has just released Elf.Tech – an AI voice software that deepfakes her voice for your use!

But before you start making an AI anthem about anything extreme or offensive (and get blocked by the queen herself), let’s take a look at how you can use this new tool wisely and humorously.

First of all, go to Elf.Tech website and download the demo. It comes with a collaboratively remade Richie Hawtin’s Plastikman track “Passage (Out)”. Listen to it and get inspired! Then, access stems to train your own Grimes AI. Play with them until you feel like a musical genius.

Now that you have created something beautiful (or at least decent), it’s time for release. You’re going to split the royalties 50/50 with Grimes herself! So be tasteful in your choice of lyrics and tune. Follow Grimes’ advice and stay away from “Nazi anthems” or “baby murder songs”. Instead, why not make an AI love song about Elon Musk?

Once your song is out there in the world (or at least on SoundCloud), sit back and wait for the royalties to come in. And who knows? Maybe one day you’ll be able to quit your day job and collaborate with Grimes in person.

In conclusion, Elf.Tech is a fun tool for music creators who want to experiment with AI generated vocals. Just remember to play nice and avoid anything too extreme or offensive. After all, nobody wants their dreams crushed by a blocking spree from Grimes herself.

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