Now, here’s a wild tune composed by our folk-rnn system:
T: Drunken Pint, The M: 2/4 L: 1/8 K: Gmaj |: G |B/c/d =c>B | AB/G/G B/A/ | G/A/G/F/ ED | Be/d/ dB/A/ | G>D Bd | c2 B2 | A/B/A/G/ F/G/A/c/ | BG G :| |: A/B/ |c2 E/F/G | ed- de | c>B AG | G>^F GA | BG E>D | EG FE | D/^c/d/^c/ d^c | d3- :|
Here is a slightly cleaned version in common practice notation for those playing at home.
I found this tune recently among the 70,000+ transcriptions we had the system generate in August 2015. (Actually, this tune come from a model I built using char-rnn applied to transcriptions I culled from thesession.org.) Anyhow, the title is what caught my eye at first — a title created entirely by the system. Then I was happy to see that the tune has an AABB structure, and the system was smart enough to deal with those two odd quaver pickups. It was until I learned to play it that I really begain to appreciate it. What a fun drunken riot this little system has crafted!
Now who wants to create the drunken dance that this piece should accompany??