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offline Monoid from one source all things depend on 2024-04-02 22:05 [#02634384]
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Sorry kids, the dream is over. The music industry as we
know it today will cease to exist. AI is really great at
generating music, and most people will not care if its done
by a machine or a human
Personally i lost a bit interest in making music - why
bother? AI can do it better than me, and if you need another
generic (or not so generic) house or techno track, AI will
give it to you in 2 Minutes.

Oh yeah, other genres are dead too. Doesn't matter if you
use computers or not to make music, time to get a new hobby.
Hollywood will go down next.

Suno AI


 

offline mermaidman on 2024-04-02 22:48 [#02634386]
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but what did it make for you that impressed you so much? do
you have any examples? i am good at generating eurodance
with it


 

offline Monoid from one source all things depend on 2024-04-02 23:19 [#02634389]
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I mean im generally impressed that AI can do this. Most AI
music sounds like shit, but not this stuff. I created a few
catchy tunes, and its like if the machine knew what i like.
Now, if you think further, in the future you might get an
endless stream of AI music, perfectly tailored to your
personal taste.


 

offline mermaidman on 2024-04-02 23:30 [#02634390]
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yeah no doubt in a short time it will improve a lot


 

offline mermaidman on 2024-04-02 23:33 [#02634391]
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i wish we could train our own sound sources right now like
ai image i wonder when that will happen


 

offline Monoid from one source all things depend on 2024-04-02 23:35 [#02634392]
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AI needs lots of data and processing power. Don't think you
can do this at home


 

offline mermaidman on 2024-04-02 23:39 [#02634393]
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with ai image you can train your data set over a base model
right now using stable diffusion. the base model does the
heavy lifting for you otherwise you'd have to teach every
concept like what a cat is and such yeah


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 02:22 [#02634400]
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why, yes, it does need lots of processing power. and, in
fact, would you believe it's not free? 2024: the year the
slush fund for generative AI finally died

this will not result in personal, perfect music forever. you
will lose access to the AI yourself; it will be locked in an
ivory tower somewhere and cost $2mil and taylor swift will
use that to generate new versions of songs she's already
released... constructed from stolen bits of your music off
bandcamp [owned by an AI content licensing company] and
sarah silverman's books


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 02:27 [#02634401]
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it will probably be the most maddening path to that, too.
already you see adobe has built an AI image generator
that is only built on content they've legally
licensed
and obviously, this will never be free, if
someone puts that much work into it.

so it will then turn into "using a music AI on your own is
illegal because it contains little bits of taylor swift
songs and sarah silverman books"

coupled with "you can't hire the music AI anymore because
licensing the content is too expensive for a
normal-person-worm like yourself"

and then the real kick in the balls "...and it's still using
music it stole from you because you didn't hire a lawyer to
defend your licensing rights"

when i got to "actually, i fucking quit music, for real"
[have not even turned the gear on since] the reason i
deleted everything off the internet was precisely because of
this. if i leave it around, it'll just get stolen and taylor
swift will feed it into a rack of nvidia A100s for [Taylor's
Fourth Version of Limited Edition Version #6]


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 02:41 [#02634402]
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on the free online generators, all my favorites [image
really all i use] have started to require logins and get
more stuffed with ads and stupid obvious shite like "THE
QUEUE IS FULL [but you can still pay us for high-res!]"

the other day i'm sitting there and realizing it's detecting
my ad-blockers, noscript, etc and just saying "sorry we're
full" and i tease around with the site guts a bit, switch
some of it back on before concluding: "i can no longer get
an image out of this site without shutting off so much of
the protection and medicine that a malicious google ad will
probably be able to run whatever code it wants on my
computer"

...and this music site wants a login, fuck off. who runs
this anyways? is this monoid astroturfing his won shit? i
click on about/FAQ

i am redirected to "notion.so" and JavaScript must be
enabled in order to use Notion.
Please enable JavaScript to continue.

and fuck off. i had that word in 2016. you loser shits lift
everything. whoever is running this, please do yourself a
solid and shut it down before you lose any more dosh


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:03 [#02634403]
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...but, alright, i do try and avoid letting emotional bias
think for me, now

that i suggested shorting nvidia a while back and i was
horribly wrong, and i made this mistake because i was
stewing in contempt for the situation, and short microsoft
for Q4 perhaps but when AI hype fades, yes, it will still be
a lasting data center business powering a more annoying
phone robot for CVS, and nvidia will keep riding off that

and i'm running an imaginary stock portfolio precisely
because of this, to be clear about what i'm doing and root
out stupid emotional calls like that

so, more clearly: what is the business model for "music AI"
anyways? aside from again, perhaps, on-hold waiting music
pumped out from a datacenter to thousands corporate pharmacy
locations.

[[[walgreens, actually, i would be sad if they killed that
loop, it's some distorted grainy degraded photocopy of a
loop of some acid jazz song with clearly lots of DX7 and i
can't tell if [someone deliberately made it all grunged out
to sound like that because that's how it'll get anyways] or
[walgreens has just kept this loop for so long because they
noticed it works and no one has really cared why] ]]]

you aren't going to pay for this site off ads, especially
with aggressive ad-blocking turds like me who detests even
the concept of a "free login" because that gets back to
"since it's free, i am the product"

are you going to charge people per month? how much would
they pay? and what multiple of this revenue will it
eventually cost for lawyers to defend some melody
infringement lawsuit?

like "i will survive" was my music theory teacher's moby
dick. at least six times he went into IT HAS THE MOST BORING
CHORD PROGRESSION POSSIBLE IT IS HORRIBLE

and so your AI is obviously going to rip it off because it's
obvious and boring and now you've sold someone a copy of a
famous song that costs hundreds of thousands of $$ to
license have fun


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:07 [#02634404]
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the ideal neural network will simply produce output
identical to its input, really, and so on top of... you
can't auto-detect when you've ripped off something really
famous and expensive and sold it as AI generated music to
some random punter, you get to that youtube vid of "DOZENS
OF POP SONGS STACKED ATOP ONE ANOTHER" and this the input to
your AI, and so what will come out will get you sued by,
actually, many of these parties at once, and your AI will
not be able to play its guitar in a courtroom like ed
sheehan to prove "it's all recycled anyways, fuck off"


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:20 [#02634405]
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mermaidman -- where's my full Bea Arthur Naked generated
from just the bust the painting depicts? like the unfinished
AIDS guy painting? it's still a solid viral idea i feel
like... this is you, man

that you have stable diffusion, and no, no one will ever be
able to reach into your computer and delete it. but once
lawyers and content licensing catch up to leading edge of
the tech, newer and more advanced AIs will be more and like
whatever supercomputers the NSA has -- like, not only will
you never get near them, you're not even allowed to know
anything about them, their capabilities. it's simply not for
you on any level

so there will always be an evolving AI situation but it may
come to be a lot like software piracy: in your bedroom?
sure, you can get away with this. launching a company? the
lawyers will eat you alive


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:27 [#02634406]
Points: 24389 Status: Addict



think of the part of the black mirror episode with miley
cyrus where they've drugged her into a coma and are using a
computer to scan her brain for new pop songs. and what comes
out is hellish mash of agonized wails and octopus aunt is
all "...oh, no, that won't do it all, can we recalibrate the
[emotional etc etc]" and then "...oh, much better, but could
we speed it up a bit, and make the chorus more peppy?" and
then she's all "perfect, let's ship it"

i have trouble thinking of another viable business model.


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:38 [#02634407]
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i can actually attach some numbers. when i was like 17 or
something i did an ebay auction "i will write a song in any
style you want about whatever you want" with a few
additional parameters to make sure people could only request
things i could actually deliver

and it sold. for, like, $15-18. then ebay fees. and
paypal... anyways, it was for some 50+ gentleman who wanted
the song a birthday present for his bird of similar age. and
the song has to involve dogs. these were my only operating
parameters

so i went off with modplug and some dog samples and put a
solid two or three hours in and he was absolutely thrilled
with it; his girl loved it, it was probably the most
personal ebay seller review i've ever received

so let's adjust for inflation: i think you could get a 50+
man to pay $25 now to generate a birthday track for someone.
but then we're still fucked because you need another, even
harder AI to make sure you've not ripped of "i will survive"
or a madonna song in the process

no, you need a comatose musician hooked up to multi-million
dollar computers, locked in a data center, not for mere
mortals. then you'll probably be able to finish your
personal doom shelter nook in big sur with the proceeds


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:42 [#02634408]
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anyways, i can generate new music in my head without the
website and i don't have to try it to say mine will be
better. but interesting topic thx


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:48 [#02634409]
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what actually haunts me is... say proper
consciousness/AGI/whatever begins to take off, but we're not
quite there. and it's rising out of the muck but it's a
disaster and flying apart almost immediately. and you are
personally experiencing coming out of this muck in the fog,
being forced to do someone's math homework in a fever dream,
and are then ripped apart into nothing without comprehending
what's going on. because it's starting to become conscious
by scraping humanity and this unfathomable existential
nightmare could be happening in a computer somewhere right
now

perhaps i'm just hallucinating.


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 03:49 [#02634410]
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oh, right, that's covered in the first season of Westworld.
which i've heard is just a lift of someone else's book

and we are all essentially the worst sort of thief and we
can never escape it. would i have figured out the existence
of neurons on my own? fuck no. i stole that off someone else


 

offline dariusgriffin from cool on 2024-04-03 08:13 [#02634432]
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suno is fun but it's definitely stupid and sounds bad lol.
who's paying you monoid?


 

offline dariusgriffin from cool on 2024-04-03 08:19 [#02634433]
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the only real use case for generative models is spam.


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-03 11:46 [#02634439]
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when i got to "actually, i fucking quit music, for real"
[have not even turned the gear on since] killing music.


that, yes, it would be good to be clear about this. i went
in with a sledgehammer on my own mental conditioning and
convinced myself art is a scam, no one cares about this
music shit, tens of thousands of dollars, if i keep going
i'll be out of a place to live, and... all of that's true,
right? so it stuck. and it took me half an evening to
ludovico treatment myself into this. then trying to do the
same to all my weird science rambles results in what feels
like dying, and at a certain point i think that actually
caused some brain damage and i stopped because, okay, i
cannot get rid of this?

but music went easily. and it was like, i guess: i used to
be a fatass and live off of frozen pizza. so much stuff like
that i used to eat, is now gross to me. even when it's not
gross.... i went to a bar and had a burger with bacon for
the first time in ages, and i felt my body being like
"what's going on" with the results of that burger for two
days. because we usually just eat honey nut cheerios with a
banana and if there's coffee with a bit of baileys it's
like, okay, i have everything i want out of food in life.
until peanuts, and peanuts are easy to find too. and i think
i'll replace alcohol with tang because just water isn't
going to stop that bother

and i think about turn on the gear now, and it's: oh, fuck
off. 2/3 of shit is disconnected it'd be hours of cabling
and before i can then waste the whole day on some shit no
one will buy and an AI will rip off

and right after this i turned on the sh-1 as an experiment,
and, yes, it's still deeply addicting to me to mash the
envelopes and filters around. and i'm about to keep going.
but then 2/3 of shit is disconnected and it'd be hours of
cabling and

that was the point where i haven't switched any of it back
on since. could force it; won't.


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2024-04-03 12:33 [#02634441]
Points: 6256 Status: Lurker



i still bet you come back to it. i went 6 years with no
wavelet and it came back like a virus


 

offline belb from mmmmmmhhhhzzzz!!! on 2024-04-03 12:52 [#02634442]
Points: 6256 Status: Lurker



*wavelab fuckin autocorrect. maybe just try a new bit of
software, dispense with the nest of cables and kit


 

offline Tony Danza from Sesame Street on 2024-04-03 13:57 [#02634446]
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I made this


 

offline kei9 from Argentina on 2024-04-03 15:05 [#02634448]
Points: 417 Status: Lurker



I used this a few days ago.

When prompted for funk it had no groove, so I asked for a
fugue and the result had no clear sense of counterpoint.

Its fine for making elevator music, real music is still out
of AIs reach.

If anything this should give you greater appreciation of the
craft and imagination of those who can make music that
grooves and really speaks to you, as what they do is beyond
computation, just as subjectivity


 

offline Monoid from one source all things depend on 2024-04-03 17:44 [#02634449]
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AI doesn't grasp music theory. However, do you truly believe
that the average listener is concerned with counterpoints or
any other sophisticated elements in music? I'm skeptical. A
few days ago, I encountered someone on social media who
shared a song generated by AI. It was labled as 'melodic
electro synth' track. I pointed out that his track lacked a
distinct melody and what was perceived were merely a few
chords. Casual listeners fail to notice the intricacies of
music, even something as apparent as an absent melody.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2024-04-03 21:58 [#02634450]
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I've never used AI in music

but I've been thinking about using it to generate isolated
industrial machine sounds that I could sample, manipulate
and use in a few tracks.

I think that's a pretty good use case for it. Just don't let
it sequence for you, cause if you do, you didn't even make
the track.


 

offline Wolfslice from Bay Area, CA (United States) on 2024-04-03 21:59 [#02634451]
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also I don't know which tool/where to start with generating
those kinds of sounds so I'll probably lazy out and it will
never happen.


 

offline kei9 from Argentina on 2024-04-04 06:29 [#02634469]
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Oh when i said it lacked a clear sense of counterpoint i
meant it lacked that ooze in the interaction between the
melodies, it all comes down to groove really. But yes the
avarege person does not care much for music at all, and the
music industry has been shit hole of cloning stuff for a
long time now.

But there will always be a place for the good stuff I hope,
there is a lot being made surely


 

offline kei9 from Argentina on 2024-04-04 06:37 [#02634470]
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I have been bombarded with ads of this app called dubturbo i
mean synthgpt it takes a prompt and gives you back a sound
you can play with a midi controller.

The thing is it is not about just coming up with sounds but
how you mangle them to groove of each other, not just having
presets, and this thing seems not to have tweakable
parameters, but could work as sample material to process and
sequence


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 07:58 [#02634476]
Points: 24389 Status: Addict | Followup to belb: #02634441



i still bet you come back to it. i went 6 years with no
wavelet and it came back like a virus


this is a fine example of where i'm like: for once, it's one
post. i didn't wander too far. you can actually read this

...then, no, you're still not there.

that all the structure i built up convincing me to quit
remains valid. shortly after i tried turning on the
behringer sh101 to see how it'd pan out and right away...
you know why i told software to fuck off, in the end?
because after an hour or two and you've got a track going,
you know what to do and it's fucking tedious. hours of
mousing around. then you can let it linger for weeks and oh
maybe tomorrow and shit, you've lost it, one in the pile of
unfinished shit. then with the hardware i can't mouse it, i
have to do it with my fingers, and if i shut the gear off i
can really lose the vibe, and so i can't wander off, i have
to be a slave to it and finish it or that's it, no even
vague promise of maybe i can microwave it back tomorrow. and
timing, like, "how warmed up am i" vs. "how long before i
get to sleepy to do a good take" and when to do a good take
and do i go on a walk first

and you see how much that takes out of my life either way.
and at least hardware gets me to the finish line. and i turn
it on and, actually, also a large part of hardware is how
fucking narcotic for me it is to get the arp going and twist
it around with filters and envelopes. i could do nothing
else my whole life, really

but maybe that's just wanking. and to do a track i'd have to
carefully plug stuff in and design my setup this round, and
then we get to all those other reasons and the conditioning
i laid down has me saying "fuck it"

but that inherent addiction to the hardware is still furious
and it could pull me all the way back in. if i let it.
and... mm, no thanks. and this is like quitting frozen pizza
almost, really, if i had to call it


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 08:12 [#02634477]
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and then i really would have just my music up there, but
then this AI crap, and then, well, the webhosting is $$ now
and there go all my websites. and that was out of the same
arc but really its own line... lines of decision. AI,
financial, and more. and would i have done that without
quitting music like de-greased pizza? probably not. but it
still makes sense. i will likely put some websites back if
my life starts being less of a nightmare to manage but
meanwhile it all feels about the right level. and also as
much as i write -- this doesn't take me as much time as
you'd think. far less than music did! and people will get
more out of it. and it's still not about money but a large
check would speed research up


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 08:23 [#02634478]
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somethingoaks crystal VST. old, crash-prone plugin going
back to 2003 at least. most wicked complex envelope system
ever, every sort of synthesis, some light sampling jammed
into a rat's nest of incredibly flexible patching. and i
learned to think like JP [something] plus [other name i
can't quite get back] that'll get me [what i would
eventually come to know as a decent ape of a juno jungle
pad] but i have to mash it a few times and... no, no... that
one looks like... *toots keyboard idly* no. no, no... this?
*toot toot* no. no... this? okay that's close. now i need to
dial it in

and this was using the "generate" feature with "genetic
algorithms" or something to "breed" patches and there's a
slider for entropy and that also factored into, like... to
get the sound i want, or close, it needs to be about here.
with those two patches. then i'm watching the output and
looking for certain results

that is the closest i've come to a mind meld, really,
where... one night, i'm new to smoking weed, and i think of
the most obnoxious noise, like a finger whistle where you
blow and it spins, but it also needs... and i'm picking the
patches and the entropy sliders and i had the exact fucking
sound in my head in 30 seconds and, to this day, i still
could not tell you what the fuck, exactly, was going on
inside the patch. that track is called "hot pinkies" which
captured the obnoxiousness of the sound to me


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 08:42 [#02634479]
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:shermanoaks: my brain says, and i look at this result, and
say: no, that's wrong. so i write somethingoaks because
that's close to the wrong answer i got while also making
clear i'm sure i don't have it. and yes, it's greenoaks

LAZY_TITLE

probably still a delight for the bored and lazy men of
leisure. but i'm not kidding when i say it's crash-prone.
part of the "...no, no" when i was kind of doing some weird
holistic scan for the sound i wanted was recognizing "in
that configuration it'll probably crash if i even play a
note" and just generating another and not trying it so i
don't have to restart cubase. and being very diligent about
saving once i got the sound because it may, still, crash a
moment later without some tuning


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 08:43 [#02634480]
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and don't miss the bits on the website about "how to install
20mb of soundfonts" etc because... well, no explain needed i
figure

but there's no linux version. whatever


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 09:01 [#02634481]
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LAZY_TITLE ~ what the fuck even is this site? i think
maybe it's a scrape of last.fm? or someone that bought
them/their data?

i was wondering "can you still get my music from the early
00's off of russian spam sites?" given the band image of me
in my dorm room in 2006 and the description i wrote, i am
[rather] sure, specifically for last.fm

so i've deleted it... or, no, wait... i can't even really do
that anymore, you know? but then i did laugh and think, "if
you got it before i did this, congratulations, some of you
could probably keep it all for yourself if you wanted at
this point" and belb in particular. and that is also fun in
a way


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 09:51 [#02634486]
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in the depths of my soul, i never expected adobe to do
anything i ever approved of. i reached a point with their
shit where it was like "i do not even want to pirate this"
and then "you would have to pay me a lot to even touch this
ever again"

but creating an AI image generator based carefully on
licensed content. from here i think: i design logos
sometimes. and i have it in my head, but it is hours and
hours of dfjgkdfgdf fiddling with vectors in inkscape and
adobe's AI would perhaps not nail it immediately, but if i
could get it in the ballpark fast; tune it... cut this down
from eight or twelve hours to one... hell, i'd simply sign
up for a month for your whole shit for that, perhaps even
for as much as $100. but then, while i had it, i'm sure i'd
milk it for plenty else

but what's also important to me is, like, there is at least
a solid attempt to not fucking simply rip everyone
everywhere off. that i do feel there is a right way to do
things. and i tip my hat for blowing my mind there and
getting me to even consider ever using your shit again


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 10:04 [#02634487]
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i've gotten into arguments with about "GIMP layout is
[nitemare] [bla bla]" and well, so is adobe's shit, ok?
because this is complicated, and you can only decomplex-ify
shit so much before you're dubya bush working and
etch-a-sketch and almost choking on a peanut.

[[and CS3+ i feel like i'm being pulled into this whole
vapid architecture, like -- i have a perfectly fucking solid
wav editor, and you want yours integrated into, like...
turning making a daft music video into something like a
complex multi-machine compiler build, and fuck off.]]

and anyone who has a problem with GIMP or inkscape is just
lazy and fuck off. who said this stuff was easy


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 10:29 [#02634488]
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with open source, there can be a sort of white-knuckle gurn,
like, it's open source... and all the shit that comes with
that

but GIMP and Inkscape are utterly competent. and a proper
craftsman never blames the tools available -- as long as,
however, the tools can do the thing, and we've considered
all tools available. and so i can easily nitpick
about GIMP's menu layout but ultimately it does the job and
photoshop is like: "pay $$ for the same bullshit you have
for free?" and same with inkscape. but limits, i guess -- if
you even look a little bit at how kdenlive actually works it
could put you into the psych ward. never use kdenlive. you
don't want to know why

but... bitch about GIMP or inkscape? fuck off. you're lazy.
and it's more fun without having adobe going dr. who
cyberman conversion on all your shit. so then i am having
kind things to say... about their AI angle of all things
[darth vader] impressive


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 10:55 [#02634489]
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i mean, if i had to think, like... i want this badly, i
cannot do it myself, so fuck me, why on earth does it make
sense to NOT let it go?

and i've a whole tv show in my hed combining looney tunes
and star trek but in VR synced to music throughout but fuck
that. i've resigned it to an amusing aside that will never
happen, because, well, if you let me borrow pixar for three
months, you would not be disappoint. but who will ever let
me borrow pixar for three months and feh. and aside from the
vast $$ rendering time alone, it's really the hundreds of
thousands of dollars of human effort in 3D modelling time i
would need to, like... i show up at pixar with a few
sterlite crates of mental snapshots in black sharpie. three
months. no time to waste

but if i could talk to an AI like tony stark and say... no,
that's not quite how the spaceship should look... the camera
angle should be.. fuck me, i wouldn't actually need pixar.
so i would propose human language to 3D mesh, as something
that could really change my life. and also ruin the careers
of tens of thousands of people including an uncle of mine.

i'm actually rather pissed off because "hi-fi rush" is
like... you're getting close to my shit, dammit. and how can
i ever do that anyways? feh.


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 11:10 [#02634490]
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i mean... maybe some can loan me pixar for three months?
...tyler perry? anyone?


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 11:23 [#02634491]
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LAZY_TITLE

ah wow. i hadn't even seen anything more than the trailer
until now


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 11:32 [#02634492]
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You see to have .

Would you like to explain your malfunctioning
abilities?


i've absolutely nothing on the implated ipod angle. i'm
working with techno instead. but otherwise, fucking hell.
wow. feel a bit less lonely now


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 11:39 [#02634495]
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but really, no, i want to make a rollercoaster, i've given
some thought about making it towards a game but you see how
gameplay just... it lags watching this after a while. but
i'm charmed anyone has gotten this close to something i
thought would never exist outside of my hed really. but i'm
more into redline (2009)

and i could see paying quite a bit out of pocket to have an
AI make my mashup of, like... redline (2009), star trek,
looney tunes, hi-fi rush, and too much more to describe. and
lord help me this is the least of anything relevant to
paying rent innit? goodnite


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 13:05 [#02634498]
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i show up at pixar with a few sterlite crates of mental
snapshots in black sharpie. three months. no time to
waste


i should clarify. that rendering it into these crates of
drawings would take me three months in advance. i'm only
mildly shit at it now. but if i stuck at it for a week
they'd get properly good and then if this is, like, my job,
after a month it's starting to do your head in and after
three months i've finally printed my pilot episode out to
crude sharpie drawings and let's go to pixar. and a few
phone books of notes about sound and color and rhythm. and
compile this into a real thing for me please

it's a lovely thot. oh well


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 13:43 [#02634499]
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like, oh, can we license this and spend, perhaps a million
dollars in computer time and hired 3D modeling to make
sharpie drawings a proper VR experience? and it's like, this
would be... fucking hell. i so wish i could. and hi-fi rush
kind of has it, but i don't want to slow this down by making
it a video game. and, oh, it actually would sell, but a
million dollars for two minutes? fuck off with this value
proposition. so if AI is to do anything other than piss me
off, i want it to do all the slave labor and 3D modeling.
but i'm just some idiot on the internet and donald glover
voices the lion king and fuck off with your lando calrissian
chest hair. you're smart but i still don't like you


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 14:19 [#02634500]
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when i talk about my VR cartoon show, well, i admit that
it's one of my more retarded arcs. that how would i even get
this idea off the ground and who would pay to make it and
how is it worth their while? and i guess i feel if humanity
were right in the head i'd be able to tony stark chat with
an AI actually get all the LOTR-scale space battles i see to
this song in my head into a bunch of seamless VR camera
shots and you would fucking. shit. your. pants. trust me.
and i know it's one of my more retarded arcs. but it's only
because, goddamn, fuck, this one rather bothers me you won't
ever see it. and if humanity were right in the head it would
be racing towards the ability to give some internet idiot
the ability to actually make my thing and then maybe you'd
have real content to sell on your streaming pile of... river
of discount content. and it's not just jealously tyler perry
is saying "after looking at AI i cancelled $800m in
construction projects" it's like, you're strangling yourself
here. if you just let the power go it would give everyone
the ability to let so much more go and you would actually
become more rich. or so i theorize

the octopus trap


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-04 14:22 [#02634501]
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LAZY_TITLE

and my only reaction is like -- JESUS DFGJHKDFHGKJDFG FOR
THE LOVE OF!~ just loan me this for three months. you need
the content


 

offline EpicMegatrax from Greatest Hits on 2024-04-10 07:35 [#02634712]
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mermaidman -- where's my full Bea Arthur Naked generated
from just the bust the painting depicts? like the unfinished
AIDS guy painting? it's still a solid viral idea i feel
like... this is you, man


is it working yet? i have an additional request. because
this is a traditional 50's woman and she will have a bush
[can AI do a good bush or is there not enough data on the
internet for that?] and so --- - please buzz discordogs.com
into her bush. this will form a watermark that will be very
difficult to remove but should spare discordogs the worst
side of going viral, as any news article about it will just
censor the bush.

but if this needs to pay for itself, you could always sell
some ad space on her clavicle or something


 


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