Neural Milk Hotel, etc.

Jukebox, a neural net that generates music, including rudimentary singing, as raw audio in a variety of genres and artist styles.’ Best explored through this Waxy post, OpenAI’s Jukebox Opens the Pandora’s Box of AI-Generated Music (via (Kottke): ‘The Jukebox AI can generate new music in a genre or artist’s style, guided with lyrics and an optional audio prompt, or completely unguided.’ Lots of examples in that article, but delving around the 7,000+ ‘uncurated’ files is fun as well. For example, a Hans Zimmer-esque soundtrack piece that is perfectly usable; The Fall also lend themselves to credible AI reinterpretation, ‘We gotta taxi for Mr. Nelson‘; Nine Inch Nails; crackly pop by T.a.T.U, as if heard from a passing taxi window in an unnamed Far Eastern city; a Pink Floyd song called ‘Family Table‘. What’s the legality of covering these ‘songs’?

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