Music enhancement through statistical pattern recognition and approximation

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    A MIDI file is just like a musical score isn't it.
    So this is already done, but we all know synths and midis sound bad at there best.
    I think Bach studied mathmatics in relationship to music though he was a composer. But the purpose of a musical score is artistic interpretation, not recorded regurgitation so some AI that could interpret a score decently and play instruments would freak me out. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by curlious
    So this is already done, but we all know synths and midis sound bad at there best.
    Considering how much of today's music is MIDI with a bit of directly recorded sound added to it, that's a pretty risky statement.
    Although, considering the quality of much of today's music, perhaps not.
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