With MuseNet, users can generate original compositions in a variety of musical styles, from classical to pop, with just a few clicks.
The tool uses a long-term structure to remember the composition of the piece and can even create melodic structures that imitate famous composers like Chopin and Mozart.
MuseNet offers two modes of operation: simple and advanced. In simple mode, users can explore the variety of musical styles the model can create by choosing a composer or style and starting to generate.
In advanced mode, users can interact with the model directly and create an entirely new piece.
MuseNet has some limitations, but the tool still offers users a high degree of control over the generated music.
The instruments requested by the user are strong suggestions, not requirements, and the model can shift to make the instrument choices more likely.
The tool has a more difficult time with odd pairings of styles and instruments, but generations will be more natural if users pick instruments closest to the composer or band’s usual style.
Overall, MuseNet is an exciting tool for musicians and non-musicians alike, offering a unique way to create original compositions.
The tool uses a variety of training data from different sources, including classical, jazz, pop, African, Indian, and Arabic styles, to create a diverse range of musical styles.
OpenAI is excited to see what people create with MuseNet and encourages users to share their creations on social media.
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