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Will AI signal the end of music or the beginning of a new creative age?

A group of researchers creates what they refer to as the “new virtual worlds” of music by tinkering with cutting-edge artificial intelligence (AI) equipment within a recording facility at Queen Mary University of London.

Dr. Mathieu Barthet, a senior lecturer in digital media, is collaborating with over thirty PhD students, including Andrea Martonelli and Max Graf, to investigate computational creativity and generative AI. Together, they’ve put up a futuristic studio where cutting edge technology and music collide.

Graf told Reuters, “It’s like extended reality, XR, is a way of extending the physical reality that we live in,” while demonstrating his virtual instrument, “Netz.”
Netz is performed via an augmented reality headgear that uses gesture recognition to produce chords or sounds that correspond to a given gesture.

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