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Daddy Kev launches AI tool to help artists identify issues in music contracts will allow independent artists to analyse problems in recording and royalty agreements

  • 7 June 2024
Daddy Kev launches AI tool to help artists identify issues in music contracts

US producer and audio engineer Daddy Kev, real name Kevin Moo, has launched a brand new tool to help independent artists analyse issues in music contracts. is an AI tool which allows musicians to identify problems in recording and royalty contracts by using “two options for the AI analysis”, ChatGPT and Gemini.

The app is currently in BETA form, and is functional in multiple languages, including English, Japanese, Spanish, French, and “simplified Chinese”.

Unveiled by Moo on Twitter last week, the newly launched, free-to-use app quickly picked up support from artists including Halogenix, Telefon Tel Aviv, and Nightmares On Wax.

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In Moo’s own words, is “an app that uses AI to analyze music contracts and audit royalty statements, and make it available as a free tool for independent artists.”

“The app is still very much in BETA form,” he added. “There will be errors and processing issues. My hope is over the new two months of use, I can fix most of the parsing bugs and speed up the processing.”

The app is able to “flawlessly” analyse contracts uploaded by users, and find mistakes or inconsistencies by pulling text from images or scanned documents.

In a tweet posted by Moo on Sunday, he explained: “Ran a recent DistroKid statement through the AI royalty audit and it found 30+ issues from missing ISRCs to missing country data, blank fields, etc. All legit issues. The emperor is about to be naked.”

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Speaking to Resident Advisor, Moo confirmed that the app will also be able to “draft simple contracts as split sheets and co-production agreements” in the near future. Soon, the app will also allow users to analyse royalty audit statements from label to distributor, which Moo said is “often flawed”.

“For legal purposes, I must make the disclaimer that the app is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney,” he added on Twitter.

“It's a tool for clarification and insight. Consult a lawyer if you want assurance that the AI analysis provided and your interpretation of it is suitable for your needs.”

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Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter

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