folk-rnn at the QMUL Ideas Festival 2017

Last week, QMUL organised the “Ideas Festival”, which gave the staff a whole day of learning about the variety of interesting research going on within the organisation. As part of the day’s activities, I arranged for a group of us to play four tunes generated by folk-rnn. Below is the video evidence!

Here’s The Drunken Pint

Here’s X:488 (March to the Mainframe)

Here’s The Mal’s Copporim

Here’s The Glas Herry Comment

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  1. Pingback: “Lisl’s Stis”: Recurrent Neural Networks for Folk Music Generation | High Noon GMT

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