Let this robotic Twitter composer serenade you with randomly generated music
I’ve been listening to robot-made music all week. No, not Daft Punk, however randomly generated music posted each hour by a Twitter bot, @MelodyBot3456. As you’d count on from auto-generated music, the quick songs (if you happen to can name them that) are sometimes weird and often veer in sudden and hilarious instructions.
Every music applies a random instrument, tempo, time signature, and key to melodies that, more often than not, make completely no sense. Take this one, for instance, made with an instrument referred to as “Mario Paint” that solely vaguely seems like one thing from Mario Paint’s well-known music composer:
Or this one, which a buddy described as like a pc attempting to make a Black Keys music in a bizarre time signature:
Or this one, which brings me to tears of pleasure each time I hear it, performed by an instrument referred to as “1812 Cannons” (that are certainly impressed by the fantastic cannons on the finish of Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture”).
Typically, nonetheless, the bot inexplicably churns out one thing that’s form of good. This song wouldn’t really feel misplaced in the best online game:
And this one simply slaps:
I strongly advocate simply scrolling through the bot’s tweets yourself and listening to something that sounds vaguely attention-grabbing. Most of them will most likely make you giggle, and each every so often you’ll discover a gem. The account has been round since July 2019, so there’s quite a bit to take heed to.
I’ll go away you with my absolute favourite melody from the week, performed by robot claves. It’s absurd.
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