Impact of Robotics on Music Industry is Growing

Published by , August 15, 2016 2:27 am

(TransmitterIEEE) The impact of robotics on the music industry is growing. Robotics are being used is in the recording studio. The Panda Studios in Fremont, California have created their own robot “intern” to adjust the microphone placement in front of an amp while recording to find the best possible angle for the proper sound. Robots in real time music includes things like prosthetics to help people drum, robots that can change internal mouth pressure for trumpet players, and even full-sized rock bands where every instrument is played by a robotic counterpart.
Jukedeck, the 2015 winner of TechCrunch Disrupt’s Startup Battlefield in London, is a company that uses complex algorithms to create songs with very little music knowledge needed. The company’s artificial intelligence music composition technology only requires users to select the genre, tempo, and length, and the system will create a completely unique song that the user can copyright for an additional fee.

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