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Creating Lo-Fi Beats and Animations with AI: The New Way to Make Money on YouTube

Creating Lo-Fi Beats and Animations with AI: The New Way to Make Money on YouTube

At the bottom of the page, there's a video tutorial where I go through all of the steps in detail.

Hello everyone! Today, we're going to do something really cool. We're going to create Lo-Fi beats and animations using artificial intelligence (AI), and upload them on YouTube. The exciting part is that there's a possibility of making money from this process! So, let's dive right in.

Creating the music

First off, I started by exploring Splash Music Pro, an impressive website where you can quickly generate Lo-Fi beats using an AI-driven chatbot. All you have to do is type in the style of beat you want, and voila, the site generates multiple songs from which you can choose. I picked three of my favorite tunes, each lasting about three minutes.

Once I had my songs, I headed to GarageBand to stitch them together. I am no expert in GarageBand, but it's really easy to convert the three songs into one seamless track. The process was straightforward and surprisingly fun.

The AI animation generation

After creating the Lo-Fi beat, it was time to generate some eye-catching trippy visuals using Neural Frames, an AI-based platform that transforms text inputs into dynamic animations. As a bonus, it also extracts stems from the uploaded songs, which you can use for modulation, making your visuals truly sync with your beats.

The visual generation process started by rendering the first frame using a 'biological digital art' text prompt. I chose a 16:9 format for YouTube compatibility, but if you're considering platforms like TikTok, a 9:16 format would be optimal.

I wanted the AI to handle most of the work, so I set up multiple text prompts for different sections of the track, each lasting around 100 seconds. For example, I used prompts like 'colorful fractals,' 'beautiful digital art,' and 'colorful mechanical' to create diverse and engaging visuals. I even included audio-reactive effects to some sections, enhancing the dynamism of the video. This is really an AI music video generator at its best.

Some flowers + bees creating from a text prompt mid-render

The beauty of Neural Frames is that you can change your text prompts mid-render. When I saw an opportunity to include some flowers into the mix, I interrupted the process, added a 'beautiful colorful flowers' prompt, and resumed the rendering.

The AI did all the work for me and generated stunning visuals that perfectly complemented the beat. And the best part, whenever I felt like the animation was getting monotonous or split, I introduced some camera movement to the right or left to mix things up.

By the end, we had an array of mesmerizing visuals, from mechanical structures transforming into jellyfish, to jellyfish turning into colorful fish, and even beautiful chameleons appearing out of nowhere. All these changes occurred gradually over time, creating a captivating viewer experience.

Mechanical machines generated from text prompts

This experiment proves that you can generate impressive Lo-Fi beats and animations using AI, with platforms like Splash Pro and Neural Frames. The process is incredibly straightforward, and the AI does most of the work for you, transforming simple text prompts into stunning, dynamic visuals.

Check out Neural Frames, start creating, and who knows? You might find a new source of income on YouTube. Happy rendering!

No VC money, just a physicist turned indiehacker in love with text-to-video. Contact me here: contact(at) This website is greatly inspired by Deforum, but doesn't actually use it. For inspiration on prompts, I recommend Civitai.

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AI Animation GenerationAI Music Video GeneratorTrippy VisualsAI Video EditorText to video