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What did you like about the process of making music with AI? What parts were interesting?
The process I had with Mubert was not really making music ‘with‘ AI, but rather making music ‘for‘ AI. As I’m used to writing texts suitable for machines, I found it interesting to try to make sounds which are suitable for machines. So I mainly had to adjust my process so that the outcome could be used by a machine in a sensible way. Also, I am not sure whether we should call this AI or rather an advanced form of randomization?
In what new ways can Mubert’s technology be applied?
Personally, I see services like Mubert as something like the current state of muzak. And I don’t mean that in a negative way, more as a matter of fact. Therefore I find it quite interesting to wonder about ways in which we can shape these sounds and in which spaces we could apply them; spaces that might not even exist yet.
However, I find it quite hard sometimes to imagine these spaces outside of corporate fantasies, maximum-efficiency workspaces, or their (gated) leisure-oriented counterparts. That’s why it’s so important to imagine new forms of technology outside of the realms of profit, growth & dominion/extraction.
I actually see a potential for musicians to listen to their own sounds in a new way, so I think it could be cool to have it as a standalone software on your computer and it just runs through your samples and shows you combinations of sounds that you might have buried deep down in your harddrive.Artist Interviews, Artists, Interviews
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