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Artificial Intelligence Creates an Infinite Bass Solo

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By hite

The pinnacle of human achievement: we’ve finally reached it. What we have here is a never-ending bass solo generated by a recurrent neural network (RNN). It was trained on two hours of bass improvisation by musician Adam Neely. I just listened to four hours straight and my face is officially melted. Free Bird!

Developed by Youtubers DADABOTS (aka CJ Carr and Zack Zukowski), the live-stream provides an infinite fast-paced bass solo that’s sure to impress your bandmates when you pretend it’s actually something you recorded.

Obviously, I just started a jam band and am using this artificial intelligence generated bass as the backbone for all my songs. I just stand on stage and pretend to rock out while the technology does all the work for me. You know, because why do any heavy lifting if you don’t have to?

[via Engadget]



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