In the future there will be no new music

Dustek

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because everything will be put through this shit.

I am exaggerating because there will always be an underground that won't be using software but putting new music through old 'hit' filters will only increase the tendency to regurgitate old music.

The article states that the software is only a scoring system and artists will still have to 'fix' what's wrong in their song to give it more 'hit' points but I can definitely see a software solution that works backwards and serves you a solution on a plate "AI suggests adding this loop 5 times. Do you want it done automatically?"

I like the article stating that dnb could not have been predicted.
 

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Having said all that, I'm thinking off putting a track through it. Maybe my own or maybe a dnb chart annihilator...
 
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Dustek said:
Having said all that, I'm thinking off putting a track through it. Maybe my own or maybe a dnb chart annihilator...
Got £2800 lying around have you?

Very interesting news but its not gonna change anything about how I make music.
 

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hahahahahahaahahahaha this is the dumbes thing i've seen..... :gimp:

but of course corporate lables are gonna love this.....

i mean who wants to listen to music u wanna think about anyways?...i'd rather just nod my head to the stagnant beat and maintain my media zombieness..... :eek: :eek:

:shit_happ

i'm still gonna make music with razor blades and chainsaws..... :chainsaw: :antitank:
 
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