It’s sampling and stem separation in one. It’s interface has some DJ deck-style simplicity, but it’s for serious production. It’s Serato Sample 2.0, now with the company’s machine learning-powered stem separation. And it could make Sample worth another look. Serato’s history To those stumbling around with other tools, Sample might simply be off your radar. […]Read more
Tom Whitwell, the human who previously blogged about music tech, has turned his attention to just making gear instead under the same banner, Music thing. But that didn’t stop him from getting ChatGPT to hallucinate some news from Superbooth before it happened. Now that we’ve got the real news, how did the AI fare?
Composer, producer, and percussionist debashis sinha delved into spiritual spaces of his ancestral India in a double-release from late last year. These projects interweave rhythm, mythology, decolonization, and artificial intelligence. We talk to Deb about his take on machine learning – uniquely humble and human just when we need it – and the significance of the sonic imagery on this album. He reflects on the process of making and meaning for these gorgeous releases.
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