What, another AI music maker?
Muzoti is the fruit of a 27 year personal obsession into what makes music sound, well... musical.
Given that a music score can to some degree be reduced to a sequence of numbers, why is it that one sequence sounds good, yet another sequence of randomly generated notes sounds terrible?
As the years went by I constantly tested my theories. I wrote programs that generated 'music' according the organising principles that I observed. The more musical the result, the more sure I became that I was on the right track...
Unlike other generative music attempts, we're not using machine learning. Instead we are developing a solid basis for generative musical intelligence based on what we believe are universal organising principles of music and life. Our algorithms are style agnostic. Without such a solid framework, machine learning can only extract style information based on pre-comosed works. We believe machine learning should come second to a holistic theory of what music is and why it exists.