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AI Generated music

2024-06-14 00:05:11.353819+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

I Told You This Was Going To Happen - Rick Beato (YouTube video). In which he talks about his kids can instantly hear AI generated music, and he can't necessarily. And, it turns out, I can't necessarily. I've heard some generated voiceovers and narrations that drive me nuts, but the music clips he's playing...

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#Comment Re: AI Generated music made: 2024-06-14 00:18:40.004695+02 by: TheSHAD0W

I'm wondering there's noise in the high treble range that us old fogeys can no longer hear.

#Comment Re: AI Generated music made: 2024-06-14 06:18:26.4408+02 by: Dan Lyke

That's a good theory. A few months ago someone send me a video that had a modern voice synthesized narration, that wasn't obviously fake, but after a few sentences I started feeling like the phrasing was weird, then noticed that it pronounced the same word differently in different places, and by the end I knew.

But I can't hear it in his examples.

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