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Midjourney Discord Server Link + Crash Course

Are you looking for the official Midjourney Discord server link?

Maybe you’re even a real artist and you want to get a feeling for how much of a threat AI-generated graphics are to your business.

In this guide, you’ll find the link to the official Midjourney Discord server as well as an ultra-quick crash course on how to use it.

Let’s get right to it.

Key Points (tl;dr)
  • Midjourney is an AI-based graphics generation tool that creates beautiful and stunning artwork using entirely text-based input from users.
  • You can access the tool by using the Midjourney Discord server invite link: https://discord.com/invite/midjourney.
  • Using the Midjourney bot to create AI-generate artwork is extremely easy and you can get started with just a few simple steps:
    • Step 1: Join the Midjourney server.
    • Step 2: Pick one of the #newbies channels and join it.
    • Step 3: Type /image and then enter anything you like (e.g. girl eating strawberry ice cream).
    • Step 4: Wait for the AI to generate the images.

For a detailed overview on how to access the Midjourney Discord server, PLEASE READ THE FULL ARTICLE.

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What is Midjourney AI?

Infographic explaining what Midjourney AI is.
Infographic explaining what Midjourney AI is.

If you’ve been following any of the latest tech news then you’ve undoubtedly stumbled upon Midjourney at some point.

Midjourney is one of the many AI imagery tools that have been making headlines in recent months due to its incredibly realistic computer-generated artwork.

That’s right, artificial intelligence is creating artwork (almost) all by itself.

The creators of Midjourney are a small, self-funded team of passionate people who focus on AI, design, and human infrastructure (whatever that means).

They currently have 11 full-time staff members and prominent advisors from Tenstorrent, Github, Second Life, and Avid Technology, just to name a few.

All Midjourney’s AI needs are some text prompts that describe what it’s supposed to “paint” for you.

That’s right, instead of building a website and some offline application, they decided to create a bot that can run on any Discord server.

The Midjourney bot is able to receive commands from server members, process the requests, and output the generated imagery directly in the Discord channels for everyone to see.

It’s hard to describe how it all works, you really need to see it for yourself.

Infographic showing the Midjourney Discord server invite link.
Infographic showing the Midjourney Discord server invite link.

You can find the Midjourney Discord server link here: https://discord.com/invite/midjourney

Simply click the link and accept the invite to the Midjourney Discord server.

Sounds insane? Yes, it is!

Inside the Midjourney Discord server, you’ll find numerous channels such as #announcements, #status, #rules, and a lot more.

Make sure you read the #rules channel, just so you don’t get kicked for doing something stupid.

The most popular channels are the “newbie” channels simply because this is where all the fun happens.

Join any of the #newbies-{#} channels and start by typing the /imagine command.

Once you enter the command, it will automatically transform into a “prompt:” text.

This is where you need to start describing what Midjourney AI should create for you.

Make sure you don’t delete the “prompt:” text because this will invalidate the command.

The Midjourney Discord bot can be a bit overwhelming at first.

That’s why we’ve created a small crash course for you below.

How to Use Midjourney on Discord

Infographic showing how to use Midjourney on Discord.
Infographic showing how to use Midjourney on Discord.

Discord can feel a bit busy if you’ve never joined a server.

But don’t worry, using the Midjourney Discord server bot is really simple.

However, if you just want a quick rundown of what you need to do, the instructions below should suffice.

Here’s how to use Midjourney on Discord:

  • Step 1: Join the Midjourney server.
  • Step 2: Pick one of the #newbies channels and join it.
  • Step 3: Type /imagine and then enter anything you like (e.g. girl eating strawberry ice cream).
  • Step 4: Wait for the AI to generate the images.

You can’t see any numbers on the images but the order is from left to right and top to bottom.

Below the images, you’ll see 8 different buttons named: U1, U2, U3, U4, V1, V2, V3, and V4.

The U buttons stand for “upscale” and will enlarge and sharpen the image.

The V buttons stand for “variation” and will create 4 new variations based on the chosen image.

Each click of a button is counted as a command and you only have a limited trial of 25 queries, so be careful not to press too many buttons too quickly.

If you want to play around with Midjourney more extensively, you can grab a one-month full membership and give it a try.

It’s not too expensive and well worth the fun.

Bear in mind that Midjourney’s terms and conditions grant you a commercial usage license, however, the full copyright remains with Midjourney.

Also, anything to generate in public will remain visible to everyone.

As long as you own the server, it’s really easy to add Midjourney to it.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Before we close off this guide, let’s quickly address some of the most common questions related to the Midjourney Discord server.

  • Where is Midjourney on Discord?

    You can access the tool by following this Midjourney Discord server invite link: https://discord.com/invite/midjourney.

  • How do I get access to Midjourney?

    All you need to do is join the Midjourey Discord server. Anyone who joins their Discord server has a limited trial of 25 queries that they can send to the Midjourney bot. Once you’ve used up all your credits you can purchase a full Midjourney membership that will allow you to use the tool more extensively.

  • What is the Midjourney bot?

    The Midjourney bot is a non-human user inside the Midjourney Discord server. It can receive commands and requests from any user inside the server and takes care of processing all of the text prompts. You can think of the Midjourney bot as a form of interface between you and the Midjourney AI.

  • Does Midjourney allow adult content?

    Trying to create adult content with Midjourney AI is against their terms of service. This also applies to fully paid memberships. Attempts to generate adult content in public or on a private server will most likely get you banned.

  • Is the Midjourney Discord server down?

    Due to the overwhelming interest in Midjourney, the Discord server may go down from time to time. Unfortunately, there’s no official Midjourney Discord server status page and there are no unofficial downtime trackers for it. Your best bet is to check the official Midjourey Twitter account: https://mobile.twitter.com/midjourney

  • Is there a full list of Midjourney commands?

    Yes, we’ve actually created a really useful cheat sheet that gives you a detailed overview of all relevant Midjourney commands and parameters on a single page.

Conclusion

Midjourney is an exciting new tool that allows the general public to finally experiment with AI-generated artwork.

Although most people are not familiar with Discord, it’s actually a really great way of interacting with the Midjourney AI.

If you want to give it a try yourself, just join the Midjourney Discord server and start writing some prompts.

Here at Tokenized, we want to help you learn as much as possible about the AI software industry. We help you navigate the world of tech and the digitalization of our society at large, including the tokenization of assets and services.

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