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    Default Black metal album produced by an Artificial Intelligence

    "An artificial intelligence has produced a five-track black metal album titled "Coditany of Timeness." The songs were produced by training a neural network with Krallice's 2011 record Diotima."

    Article - https://futurism.com/new-black-metal...nt-made-human/

    Music streamer - https://dadabots.bandcamp.com/album/...ny-of-timeness

    Interesting?
    -- I'll be looking out for the version with string quartet.
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    everyone and everything involved should be burned
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    They should have trained it with the whole canon of black metal (is that like death metal?), I would be interested to hear how close it is to the sample album. If we're lucky this would mean the end of generic copycat bands and leave only true innovators, in all fields of music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawrence001 View Post
    I would be interested to hear how close it is to the sample album.
    https://open.spotify.com/album/1GU2CpDOETATm8mYizE6wO
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    This may seem a little churlish but these tracks are about as dynamic as our washing machine on spin cycle. The black metal that I listen to eg Immortal has a lot more going on in it. On this showing technology has some way to go to beat a few Norwegian lads wearing makeup.

    Pete

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