Artificial Intelligence

AI in Music

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    PopeBeanie
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    (I’ll bet they’ll come up with AI singers, instrument performers, and famous songs  that can be “merged” into a new sounds that sound like more than one famous artist or song at once.)

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    RichRaelian
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    Hi! AI is perfect for music and with such easy access from a AI in your home referred to as Alexa you can easily access music from around the world if you want too.

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    PopeBeanie
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    AI is perfect for music and with such easy access from a AI in your home referred to as Alexa

    I have such a strong preference for human-made music that I cringe hearing even the slightest hint of autotune. I’d rather hear genuine human flaws.

    That said, I can’t blame young listeners for enjoying the robotic or other artificial effects, if they’ve not been mainly exposed to purely human  performances. Musical abilities are likely strongly related to or even dependent upon language abilities that start as soon as one is born. Infants hearing two or more languages are much better at hearing and sounding out all the sounds that are unique to each language. Regional accents in language become engrained, as does culturally local music.

    So my view on AI in music is that it’s at least a fun toy to experiment with, while it will probably make mainly-human creations less popular and less profitable. The success of musical creations depends a lot on how many people are willing to pay (or click on ads) to hear it, starting with how virally it can spread among young people.

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    RichRaelian
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    Alexa play classical music!

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