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AI Software Creates “New” Nirvana, Jimi Hendrix, Doors & Amy Winehouse Songs: Hear Tracks from the “Lost Tapes of the 27 Club”

What would pop music sound like now if the musicians of the 27 club had lived into maturity? Can we know where Amy Winehouse would have gone, musically, if she had taken another path? What if Hendrix’s influence over guitar heroics (and less obvious styles) came not only from his sixties playing but from an unimaginable late-career cosmic blues? Whether questions like these can ever be given real flesh and blood, so to speak, by artificial intelligence may still be very much undecided. O...
Tags: Google, Music, College, Toronto, Atlanta, Amy Winehouse, Computer Science, Rolling Stone, Beatles, Kurt Cobain, Magenta, Nme, Facebook Twitter, Bach, Hendrix, Josh Jones

Magenta Studio lets you use AI tools for inspiration in Ableton Live

Instead of just accepting all this machine learning hype, why not put it to the test? Magenta Studio lets you experiment with open source machine learning tools, standalone or inside Ableton Live. Magneta provides a pretty graspable way to get started with an field of research that can get a bit murky. By giving you easy access to machine learning models for musical patterns, you can generate and modify rhythms and melodies. The team at Google AI first showed Magneta Studio at Ableton’s Loop c...
Tags: Google, Music, La, Tech, Research, Javascript, Analysis, Code, Software, Stories, Ai, Gpu, Machine-learning, Max, Magenta, Midi

Create entirely new sounds with Google’s open-source synthesiser

Google are creating entire new sounds with their new synthesiser created using machine learning technologies. The NSynth Super is a new algorithm based neural synthesiser created by Google using their powerful machine learning technologies. The NSynth Super is capable of creating over 100,000 new sounds which can be played from any MIDI source. The NSynth Super works from a source of 16 original sounds at a range of 15 pitches. It’s machine learning is then capable of re-imagining and combinin...
Tags: Google, Open Source, Music, Equipment, Software, Machine Learning, Deep, Magenta, Midi, Synthesizer, Synth, Synthesiser, Instrument, Neural, NSynth

The Current State Of AI: Artificial Intelligence In Music, Movies & More

As a followup to part one of his guide to computational creativity for those in creative fields, Thomas Euler looks at the current state of artificial intelligence today, and what sort of role it can and will play in the creation of music, writing and film. _____________________________ Guest post by Thomas Euler of Attention This series is part two of my guide through the field of computational creativity for practitioners and executives in the creative industries. Here ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Post, Music, Japan, Usa, London, Washington Post, Guest Post, Sony, Ibm, Watson, Jeff Bezos, JukeDeck, Magenta, Music Tech

L.A.'s Raddest Hair Colorist Spills The Looks You'll Want In 2017

Photographed By Cherin Choi. It's the first week of the year, so we'll spare you the 'new year, new you' sentiment and cut right to the big question: What are the raddest hair trends going to be this year? If you're like us, the itch for newness is already creeping up, and a hair refresh is one of the best ways to scratch it. For guidance as we enter the new year, we're turning to one of L.A. most demanding colorists.Enter: Cherin Choi. She's made a name for herself for her forward-thinking...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Magenta, Cho, Toner, Oribe, CHOI, Jennifer Hawkins, Julie Jung, Dani Song

Listen! Recluse by Intriguant

Artwork by Aeropalmics Click here to view the embedded video. We kick off 2017 with a new drop from electronic music producer and DJ, Louis Quek aka Intriguant. (from the press release) In 2014, when Intriguant released his debut EP, Ellipse, it gathered the attention of music critics from Israel to Slovakia, and was featured on respected New York music magazine, The Fader. Since then he has been gracing major festival stages such as St Jeromeʼs Laneway Festival and the Singapore International...
Tags: Music, New York, Design, Israel, Slovakia, Magenta, Singapore Music, Syndicate

Listen to Google’s first machine generated song by Magenta

The song you are about to hear has been generated by computer software, so cut it some slack. Magenta is a new program from tech-giant’s Google that is focussed on looking at the application of machine learning in art. They’re going to be making all their research models and tools available in open source through GitHub, as well as demos, tutorials, and technical papers. It’s only just launched but Google say they’ll soon be accepting code contributions from outside their core team. Google’s f...
Tags: Google, Art, Music, Technology, Featured, Learning, Jimi Hendrix, St Vincent, Song, Github, Magenta, Machine, Gibson, Rickenbacker

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