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    You must activate your license within 60 days of purchase
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    This deal cannot be upgraded or downgraded between license tiers
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    Optional add-on: $3/month for full access to the Inspire VST plugin

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  • License Tier 1

    • Unlimited song creation
    • Unlimited storage
    • 50 download credits per day
    • 1 user
    • Advanced AI
    • Commercial licenses
    • 100% royalty free

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YES!!!

A lot of comments on some better options.

These are somewhat true but Soundpiece does exactly what it says it will and is good for really base or simple projects of several kinds.

I give it 4 Tacos because there is lots of room for improvement, but that's what we, as early adopters, are paying into. I look forward to the developments.

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Thanks for the review!

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Investing into Potential

With other similar services such as Aiva and Mubert being around since 2016, Soundpiece is definitely the new kid on the block. This is reflected in its music generation quality and features.

Given you don't expect industry-leading standards right from its inception, there is plenty to love about Soundpiece and things that make it unique.

The most notable is how it automatically creates song titles for you, which you can later change. This seemingly small feature helps a lot when it comes to remembering what a song is. As a bonus, its created name is often entertaining. Shoutout to a Rock tune called "Speedy Gopher of Witchcraft"

It has a dead-simple interface that allows anyone to begin creating tunes quickly. You have three options to select from. The first is called Type which dedicates what you're trying to create whether it be some beats or an entire song. The second is Style, which is basically your Genre. Finally, there is Setting. It is essentially a mood you're going for such as sad or energetic.

Or simply click generate without messing with any of that and see what comes out. There are no limits to the amount you can generate and Soundpiece also offers unlimited cloud storage of your songs. It is a fun way to pass some time and a glimpse into what it's capable of, as to later try to replicate in your custom songs.

Also worth a mention is the speed at which it generates a song. There is little in the way of waiting when it comes to using this program. In combination with it automatically naming your songs, Soundpiece is one of the most seamless AI music generators out there.

After you create a song, you can then customize its length (up to 5 min) and BPM. A handy feature for when it creates something you love and have it play for longer without a need to duplicate then splice pieces in another program.

You'll find that there is a tendency for unappealing amounts of repetition in its generation. It is likely you'll be creating and deleting a fair bit of duds before Soundpiece creates a good or even fire track. While a mixed bag, it can create tracks you wouldn't believe weren't made by a human, and a rather talented one at that.

If I had one suggestion to make to the Soundpiece team, it'd be to separate the song length from the Setting tab and allow us to choose a specific duration. Trading out the ability to choose a mood just for the vague option of 30+ second length isn't worth it.

I'd say the lifetime deal is a steal. For $69 you'll be receiving an unlimited amount of unique music to do with as you please, whether it be a Youtube video, Podcast, or a commercial project. You have a sizable 50 downloads per day limit, but with the unlimited song generation in play, they will all be of vetted quality as decided by you. If you somehow manage to download that much in a day, the cloud storage ensures they will be available for you in the next.

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Requesting Refund

This SAAS developer decided to not let people at least try out 1-2 demo songs and rather locked it with a paywall to try out the software. I created a Happy "EDM" song and the result was anything BUT edm. same for lofi.

If I was able to try the software before paying this review and a refund request could have been avoided.

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An amazing tool

I'm very impressed by how easily & quickly this tool can create tracks that sound nice, within the genres that you specify. I really like that I can change the length of the track after it has been generated, because this allows room for flexibility. The minimum track length is 10 seconds and the maximum is 5 minutes. I also like that we don't lose credits from tracks that are generated, and we only lose them if we decide to download a track. Soundpiece also auto-names the tracks for you, which I find helpful, because it saves me from putting my time & energy into having to think of a track name when I just want to focus on whether I like the song or not. If I decide that I like the song, then I can simply go back to rename it into something I prefer. So, I think there's a lot to like about Soundpiece.

There are only a few improvements that I would suggest based on my experience. My suggestions relate to adding more flexibility to the existing tools.

Here is what I think would make Soundpiece even better:

1) Soundpiece has the option to "Fade in/out" a track. However, I wish we had the ability to decide how much fading we want in our track. I felt that the fading was not enough, and the track ended abruptly.

2) It is not clear when a song is coming to an end, because it often lacks a conclusion. It doesn't give any indication that it's going to end. The beat stays the same and everything about the music stays the same, so it doesn't seem like it will end, until it ends in an abrupt manner. I wish the ending would sound more like a conclusion to the song, where you see it coming.

3) I think it would be helpful if we had the option to generate a track that can be looped. This way we can import it into another program, and just copy & paste the track as many times as we need to in order to create a longer track, which will all play seamlessly. Although Soundpiece can only create tracks up to 5 minutes long, we can make use of those tracks that are possible to loop by making them hours long, which would be great for projects such as relaxing music.

I think these types of features would be very helpful, because I'm not so great at editing audio and I just want music that's ready-to-go, which I can simply upload to play in the background of my videos. Other than these 3 things, I think Soundpiece does an amazing job at creating tracks. It's really a great tool, which I would recommend.

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Thank you Shine for the review and great suggestions! We will add those to our roadmap.

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Thank you for considering my suggestions :)

Improvements in these areas would really help the common user who might not know much about editing audio, but still wants to create tracks to add to the background of their videos.

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unfortunately not really good

Hello!

We bought Soundpiece and tested, what can I say, the result was not very good. We use Soundraw and Mubert almost every day. Mubert is in a league of its own, Soundpiece is the closest thing to Soundraw, although the difference is huge. soundraw has a mini daw where you can edit the songs even more. This feature is completely missing in Soundpiece, also the choices of which genre to use are very limited. The sound itself is very monotonous compared to the other two providers and offers no surprises, unfortunately.

This opinion reflects the result of our team (14 people). Please do not be angry, that is how it feels to us.

with kind regards

Cris & Team

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OMG. You're a life saver. I just checked out Mubert and it is soooo dope. I mainly used Soundraw because of the lifetime deal. I use it for my music label. It's definitely in its own league. Thank you.

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Hi Cris / Nadine

I am so sorry you feel that way. We are not able to locate your subscription on our side but please do reach out to us on soundpiece.co.uk as we would love to speak to you and work through your comments to ensure you get the most value out of soundpiece as possible.

Soundpiece offers different features and functionality compared to the products you mention below and I think each adds customer value in their own right.

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YES!!!

A lot of comments on some better options.

These are somewhat true but Soundpiece does exactly what it says it will and is good for really base or simple projects of several kinds.

I give it 4 Tacos because there is lots of room for improvement, but that's what we, as early adopters, are paying into. I look forward to the developments.

Hide replies 1
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Thanks for the review!

user-avatar

Investing into Potential

With other similar services such as Aiva and Mubert being around since 2016, Soundpiece is definitely the new kid on the block. This is reflected in its music generation quality and features.

Given you don't expect industry-leading standards right from its inception, there is plenty to love about Soundpiece and things that make it unique.

The most notable is how it automatically creates song titles for you, which you can later change. This seemingly small feature helps a lot when it comes to remembering what a song is. As a bonus, its created name is often entertaining. Shoutout to a Rock tune called "Speedy Gopher of Witchcraft"

It has a dead-simple interface that allows anyone to begin creating tunes quickly. You have three options to select from. The first is called Type which dedicates what you're trying to create whether it be some beats or an entire song. The second is Style, which is basically your Genre. Finally, there is Setting. It is essentially a mood you're going for such as sad or energetic.

Or simply click generate without messing with any of that and see what comes out. There are no limits to the amount you can generate and Soundpiece also offers unlimited cloud storage of your songs. It is a fun way to pass some time and a glimpse into what it's capable of, as to later try to replicate in your custom songs.

Also worth a mention is the speed at which it generates a song. There is little in the way of waiting when it comes to using this program. In combination with it automatically naming your songs, Soundpiece is one of the most seamless AI music generators out there.

After you create a song, you can then customize its length (up to 5 min) and BPM. A handy feature for when it creates something you love and have it play for longer without a need to duplicate then splice pieces in another program.

You'll find that there is a tendency for unappealing amounts of repetition in its generation. It is likely you'll be creating and deleting a fair bit of duds before Soundpiece creates a good or even fire track. While a mixed bag, it can create tracks you wouldn't believe weren't made by a human, and a rather talented one at that.

If I had one suggestion to make to the Soundpiece team, it'd be to separate the song length from the Setting tab and allow us to choose a specific duration. Trading out the ability to choose a mood just for the vague option of 30+ second length isn't worth it.

I'd say the lifetime deal is a steal. For $69 you'll be receiving an unlimited amount of unique music to do with as you please, whether it be a Youtube video, Podcast, or a commercial project. You have a sizable 50 downloads per day limit, but with the unlimited song generation in play, they will all be of vetted quality as decided by you. If you somehow manage to download that much in a day, the cloud storage ensures they will be available for you in the next.

user-avatar

Requesting Refund

This SAAS developer decided to not let people at least try out 1-2 demo songs and rather locked it with a paywall to try out the software. I created a Happy "EDM" song and the result was anything BUT edm. same for lofi.

If I was able to try the software before paying this review and a refund request could have been avoided.

user-avatar

An amazing tool

I'm very impressed by how easily & quickly this tool can create tracks that sound nice, within the genres that you specify. I really like that I can change the length of the track after it has been generated, because this allows room for flexibility. The minimum track length is 10 seconds and the maximum is 5 minutes. I also like that we don't lose credits from tracks that are generated, and we only lose them if we decide to download a track. Soundpiece also auto-names the tracks for you, which I find helpful, because it saves me from putting my time & energy into having to think of a track name when I just want to focus on whether I like the song or not. If I decide that I like the song, then I can simply go back to rename it into something I prefer. So, I think there's a lot to like about Soundpiece.

There are only a few improvements that I would suggest based on my experience. My suggestions relate to adding more flexibility to the existing tools.

Here is what I think would make Soundpiece even better:

1) Soundpiece has the option to "Fade in/out" a track. However, I wish we had the ability to decide how much fading we want in our track. I felt that the fading was not enough, and the track ended abruptly.

2) It is not clear when a song is coming to an end, because it often lacks a conclusion. It doesn't give any indication that it's going to end. The beat stays the same and everything about the music stays the same, so it doesn't seem like it will end, until it ends in an abrupt manner. I wish the ending would sound more like a conclusion to the song, where you see it coming.

3) I think it would be helpful if we had the option to generate a track that can be looped. This way we can import it into another program, and just copy & paste the track as many times as we need to in order to create a longer track, which will all play seamlessly. Although Soundpiece can only create tracks up to 5 minutes long, we can make use of those tracks that are possible to loop by making them hours long, which would be great for projects such as relaxing music.

I think these types of features would be very helpful, because I'm not so great at editing audio and I just want music that's ready-to-go, which I can simply upload to play in the background of my videos. Other than these 3 things, I think Soundpiece does an amazing job at creating tracks. It's really a great tool, which I would recommend.

Hide replies 2
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Thank you Shine for the review and great suggestions! We will add those to our roadmap.

user-avatar

Thank you for considering my suggestions :)

Improvements in these areas would really help the common user who might not know much about editing audio, but still wants to create tracks to add to the background of their videos.

user-avatar

unfortunately not really good

Hello!

We bought Soundpiece and tested, what can I say, the result was not very good. We use Soundraw and Mubert almost every day. Mubert is in a league of its own, Soundpiece is the closest thing to Soundraw, although the difference is huge. soundraw has a mini daw where you can edit the songs even more. This feature is completely missing in Soundpiece, also the choices of which genre to use are very limited. The sound itself is very monotonous compared to the other two providers and offers no surprises, unfortunately.

This opinion reflects the result of our team (14 people). Please do not be angry, that is how it feels to us.

with kind regards

Cris & Team

Hide replies 2
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OMG. You're a life saver. I just checked out Mubert and it is soooo dope. I mainly used Soundraw because of the lifetime deal. I use it for my music label. It's definitely in its own league. Thank you.

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Hi Cris / Nadine

I am so sorry you feel that way. We are not able to locate your subscription on our side but please do reach out to us on soundpiece.co.uk as we would love to speak to you and work through your comments to ensure you get the most value out of soundpiece as possible.

Soundpiece offers different features and functionality compared to the products you mention below and I think each adds customer value in their own right.