Let's look into the near future, for example, 2026. Neural networks have ceased to be something unusual and have spread to all areas, including writing music.
The possibility of writing music by machines has fundamentally changed the music industry. Major labels have ceased to be trendsetters in this area. Each person received the tools to create music at the touch of a button. Professional musicians have ceased to have time to record albums at the speed that the listener needs.
The main concept of the application is to quickly change the sound of a composition by simply adding new molecules - songs or tags - to its DNA.
Actually, this story is not so much about the future as about the present. Replication of this algorithm for a wide user remains a matter of the next few years. The only question is who will be able to create a product based on technology first.