‘It’s Fan Fiction For Music’: Why Deepfake Vocals of Music Legends Are on the Rise

Faux songs created from original vocals by star artists are becoming more popular (and more convincing), leading to murky questions of morality and legality. “The sound of the voice itself is not covered by copyright law,” says Professor Joe Bennett, who is a forensic musicologist at Berklee College of Music, and deals with issues of music copyright infringement and song similarity.

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