With AI and GPUs, Vadim Epstein creates an engrossing, fragmented mirror

AI and GPU tricks, with their rigid rigorous demands, can often come out as carbon copy clones. Not so in the work of Vadim Epstein, an artist and theoretical physicist based in Moscow. In his hands, machine learning becomes painterly.

Watch a beautiful video about vocoder history from The New Yorker

It’s time for a throwback – this video was produced in 2014. But don’t miss out on a serious vocoder love fest full of history and celebrity interviews. And just wait, because the vocoder may be about to make an AI-fueled comeback.

Peter Kirn - July 12, 2019

Remember ACID? It’s back – and ready to split stems for you automatically

It may seem like there’s not much left for music making software to do that it doesn’t do already. But how about magically extracting stems from audio? The first software to do that is one you might not have thought about for a while: ACID Pro.

Peter Kirn - May 6, 2019

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