If you wander through this world with a song in your heart and a tune on the tip of your tongue, Amadeus Code might be able to help you turn it into beautiful music.
After being in a limited beta run, Amadeus Code has just opened up to the public, ready to turn would-be artists into hit-making musicians.
How it works: Amadeus Code’s AI churns through music libraries, breaking down music into tiny units and looking for patterns.
When a songwriter uses the app, the AI can then pull up those patterns and suggest new notes, slowly building the composer’s melodies into music.
“AI has this peculiar ability to find novel solutions-some successful, some not so much,” says Amadeus Code co-founder Taishi Fukuyama in a statement.
The latest version of the app comes with a new feature-the Harmony Library, which lets users search for inspiration in Spotify’s library, specifically its chord progressions.
It’s not copying per se, but instead falls into the age-old musical tradition of creating a new song inspired by someone else’s work, like how Lana Del Rey was inspired by Radiohead. Fukuyama hopes that songwriters won’t let the app do their work for them, though: “We hope that users will complete the work started by Amadeus Code by telling their own unique stories, which will continue to be what makes music truly irreplaceable by artificial intelligence.”
This article was summarized automatically.