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been waiting for some openAI clips to come through that aren't beatles/elvis/nirvana/whathaveyou

i find these mulchy dreamworld excursions quite fascinating, seems to work quite well on electronics too, half of them seem to turn into plaid in a foggy graveyard lol

sorry if it was already posted!

 

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umm..  no idea really..  but a neural network, with a "model" trained on a library of music in similar style, spectrally constructs musical phrasing using an original song as a starting point, making it up as it goes along its merry way into the twilight zone

look what it did to the bee gees

 

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On 9/21/2021 at 7:49 PM, xy_politics said:

umm..  no idea really..  but a neural network, with a "model" trained on a library of music in similar style, spectrally constructs musical phrasing using an original song as a starting point, making it up as it goes along its merry way into the twilight zone

look what it did to the bee gees

 

Holy shit. This is incredible. And the how deep is your love take is mindblowing. I need a whole album of these tracks.

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On 9/21/2021 at 7:09 AM, xy_politics said:

been waiting for some openAI clips to come through that aren't beatles/elvis/nirvana/whathaveyou

i find these mulchy dreamworld excursions quite fascinating, seems to work quite well on electronics too, half of them seem to turn into plaid in a foggy graveyard lol

sorry if it was already posted!

 

Lol I laughed each time it devolved from the happy melody into ghost kids playing in an abandoned playground. IDK why but it's really funny each time it slowly devolves, losing the melody note by note and transforming into a horror soundtrack.

It sounds like when you set up a random arpeggiator in your DAW that sticks to a certain key.

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