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Roli’s light-up learning keyboard goes up for pre-order at $299

Roli’s light-up learning keyboard goes up for pre-order at 9 Roli is cool startup that makes fascinating music products. The Seaboard led the way, with a clever take on the keyboard that allowed players to bend notes like guitar strings. Blocks were even more fascinating — the modular light pads offered innovative […]

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You can now buy AWS’ $99 DeepComposer keyboard

You can now buy AWS’ DeepComposer keyboard AWS today announced that its DeepComposer keyboard is now available for purchase. And no, DeepComposer isn’t a mechanical keyboard for hackers but a small MIDI keyboard for working with the AWS DeepComposer service that uses AI to create songs based on your input. First announced […]

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Why AWS is selling a MIDI keyboard to teach machine learning

Why AWS is selling a MIDI keyboard to teach machine learning Earlier this week, AWS launched DeepComposer, a set of web-based tools for learning about AI to make music and a $99 MIDI keyboard for inputting melodies. That launch created a fair bit of confusion, though, so we sat down with Mike […]

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Watch Shimon the marimba-playing robot play along to jazz, reggae, and hip hop

Watch Shimon the marimba-playing robot play along to jazz, reggae, and hip hop Shimon is a marbima-playing robot with some real soul. This crazy little robot, created by Gil Weinberg at the Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology, can listen to the other players around it and play out little ditties in […]

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Mumford & Sons beware! An AI can now write indie music

Mumford & Sons beware! An AI can now write indie music A fascinating project called Amadeus Code promises to out-Tay-Tay Tay Tay and out-Bon Bon Iver. The AI-based system uses data from previous musical hits to create entirely new compositions on the fly — and darn if these crazy robot-songs aren’t pretty […]

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Tomu is a fingernail-sized computer that is easy to swallow

Tomu is a fingernail-sized computer that is easy to swallow I’m a huge fan of single board computers, especially if they’re small enough to swallow. That’s why I like the Tomu. This teeny-tiny ARM processor essentially interfaces with your computer via the USB port and contains two LEDs and two buttons. Once […]

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