DAACI Holdings Limited
DAACI’s patented generative and adaptive music technologies dynamically compose new music or intelligently adapt existing tracks in real time, empowering music makers to meet the rapidly growing demand for music, including in film and television, gaming, and digital worlds. Built on 30+ years of research, DAACI incorporates a growing portfolio of 60 granted patents in Music Information Retrieval techniques and generative AI. Supported in partnership with the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence and Music at Queen Mary University of London, DAACI’s technologies are poised to shape the future of music and AI.
composition, game audio design, and aviation. Joe has been pushing the boundaries of creative artificial
intelligence since the turn of the millennium. He has grasped elusive solutions to problems known and
unknown through his knowledge of physics, sounds, mathematics, and programming.Joe’s role has paved the way for him to invent over 60 distinct granted patents in artificial intelligence,
encompassing a range of creations across projectile tracking, digital signal boundary classification, AI music
composition and music editing, media content tracking, and artificially intelligent emotional perception
Rachel Lyske has taken a professional journey that has diverged from the typical performing arts career.
Guided by her passion for identifying and nurturing the creative abilities of others, she has forged a unique
path that has led her to becoming CEO and co-founder of DAACI.
Rachel’s strength as a leader in the field of AI-based music is rooted in her background in musical composition
and vocal performance. She trained as a composer at the Royal Academy of Music, London, working alongside
peers and mentors in the upper echelons of musical production on screen, stage, and studio.
Her ear for novel and innovative talent made Rachel an ally in the ascendency of more than a few rising stars,
as a co-producer of the exclusive and widely acclaimed industry music festival, “In The Woods”. Her
contribution to developing talent continued in her role as lead vocal consultant for the main music exam body,
the ABRSM, where she designed the syllabus for the current “Singing for the musical theatre” exams. She’s put
her own training and theories to the test as a vocal coach and supporting vocalist for Mercury and Brit Award
winners, both live and in recording and is a vocal coach at The Brit School.
Arriving at MXX in the heart of London in 2018, Rachel helped lay the groundwork for DAACI, the technology
that now promises to open new doors in the field of AI musical composition. Her leadership ensures that the
vision for DAACI puts composers and artists front and centre as it becomes the premiere composition tool for
any brief, anywhere.
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