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The Beatles will sing along with artificial intelligence: it will replace John Lennon

The last Beatles song will be recorded with the voice of John Lennon. Artificial intelligence will help recreate the voice of a star, reports ABC7.

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Sir Paul McCartney, 80, said the technology was used to separate the Beatles' voices from background sounds during the production of director Peter Jackson's 2021 documentary series The Beatles: Get Back.

The new song will include John Lennon's voice - it will be taken from the old demo. According to McCartney, the track will be released later this year. He called it "the last Beatles record."

New technologies make the impossible

Jackson was able to extract John's voice from an old tape, McCartney said. “He was able to separate them using AI. He told the machine, 'This is a voice, this is a guitar, put the guitar away,'" McCartney said.

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“So when we started recording what would become the last Beatles song, we were working on a demo,” he added. “We were able to take John's voice and make it clean using this artificial intelligence, so we could then mix the recording. This gives some freedom of action."

McCartney described artificial intelligence technology as "a little intimidating but exciting," adding, "We'll just have to see where it goes."

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The same technology allowed McCartney to virtually sing "I've Got a Feeling" at last year's Glastonbury Festival with Lennon, who was killed in 1980.

Photo exhibition

Later this month, the singer-songwriter will open an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery featuring never-before-seen photographs taken during the Beatles' early days when the band was just becoming internationally famous.

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The Eye of the Storm exhibit features more than 250 camera photographs McCartney took between 1963 and 1964, including portraits of Ringo Starr, George Harrison and Lennon, as well as Beatles manager Brian Epstein.

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