The system makes complete tracks based on a single melody.
DeepComposer is a physical 32-key keyboard powered by generative artificial intelligence. You provide the system with a melody that is then sent to DeepComposer models running on the AWS cloud.
The model then automatically generates a song based on the input by adding different instruments and a structure specific to a "wide variety of genres," including rock, jazz, classical and pop. It uses two networks, a generator model and a discriminator model, to train each other. You can also build your own generative models using Amazon's SageMaker product.
DeepComposer will cost $99 and is due out soon.
Amazon was recently boycotted by artists protesting the company's affiliation with ICE. It also attracted criticism following the launch of a music festival called Intersect.
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