AI generated folk tunes
#1
Came across something interesting over at the Session:

<URL url="https://folkrnn.org">https://folkrnn.org</URL>

Machine generated music, it's the future... {} this is part of research of the royal institute of technology in Stockholm.

Subject is being discussed there at <URL url="https://thesession.org/discussions/42712">https://thesession.org/discussions/42712</URL> where they used it as a base for a folk album, also part of the research of dr. Bob Sturm.
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#2
Very cool!

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#3
That’s an interesting one to play with. I wonder if it can create a bass line in the future. Maybe extend to other styles.
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#4
I've seen some videos of people using similar neural networks to train on Baroque music, but that's a slightly more complicated problem space.
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#5
I implemented a similar project myself a couple of years ago. It went quite shit, but at least you could take inspiration of some of the parts for making a good melody. But what's the point with automated art. That means nothing to anyone Tongue
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#6
I tend to agree with you on principal, but what if it passes a "turing" test eventually?

Besides that, I welcome any musical AI that can speed up certain routine tasks, like transcribing, coming up with fills or accompaniment for quick projects. Often I will fall back on patterns, although my own, they are similar to eachother after a while.
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