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The Incredible Musical Spinners From Latent Space

An “AI-powered interactive music experience” that presents a playable 7x7 grid of musical measures. Powered by the chord-conditioned Multitrack MusicVAE and Magenta.js.

Tenori-off

A creative take on a rare electronic sequencer. Uses the Magenta.js to generate drum patterns when you hit the “Improvise” button.

Robot Neil's Bubble Bath

A living, abstract piece of music generated by ML and you!

Click the canvas to create bubbles which generate melodic loops from the latent space of MusicVAE using Magenta.js and hear them slowly interpolate over time.

Latent Cycles

Creates a hypnotic soundscape of melodic loops using Magenta.js that you can play against each other to explore the latent harmonic possibilities.

Each of the four corners in this space is a little melodic pattern generated using ImprovRNN. The space is then filled in with a 2-dimensional interpolation between those four corner patterns using MusicVAE. You can listen to the patterns of your choosing by activating and deactivating different ones, experiencing the gradual morphing of patterns over the two-dimensional space.

Neural Drum Machine

An experimental drum machine powered by Magenta.js using the DrumsRNN and MusicVAE models.

Neural Arpeggiator

Hold a note or chord and let a deep neural network play an arpeggiated pattern around it.

Powered by TensorFlow.js and Magenta’s ImprovRNN.

Neural Melody Autocompletion

Play and hold a melody or a chord and let a deep neural network complete it for you.

Powered by TensorFlow.js and Magenta’s ImprovRNN.

Deep Roll

A deep neural network dreaming up melodies in your browser. Powered by TensorFlow.js and Magenta’s ImprovRNN.

The melodies are generated by ImprovRNN conditioned on chord progressions, which themselves are generated using a Markov Chain.

mSynth

mSynth is an application that won first place in the Outside Hacks 2017 - the official 24-hour music hackathon to the Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco. The team developed an artist-audience interactive experience where festival goers can collectively control Magenta’s NSynth in real-time by tilting their phones.