Monthly Archives: April 2019

OpenAI presents MuseNet: a deep neural network to generate musical compositions

OpenAI has built a new deep neural network called MuseNet to compose music, the details of which she shared in a blog post yesterday. The research organization has made a prototype co-composer powered by MuseNet available to users until May 12. Introducing MuseNet, a neural network that has discovered how …

Read More »

Christian Marclay: Compositions – Announcements

Christian MarclayCompositionsFrom April 12 to September 24, 2019 MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona Plaza dels Angels, 1 08001 Barcelona Spain [email protected] Responding to the context of Barcelona as a center for experimental music, MACBA explores the work of renowned Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay (b. 1955), presenting a selection …

Read More »

New album celebrates the musical compositions of movie star Charlie Chaplin, born 130 years ago today

Today 130e iconic movie star Charlie Chaplin’s birthday is celebrated with a new album, “Chaplin’s smile” a collection of his music specially arranged for violin and piano. The album features violinist Philippe Quint, who is joined on two tracks by his friend and collaborator, violinist Joshua Bell. Violinist Philippe Quint …

Read More »