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Artificial intelligence and music go well together

Artificial intelligence and music go well together


by Elstar

What is it about?

Artificial intelligence and music go well together. 

App Details

Last updated
January 5, 2023
Release date
December 31, 2013
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App Store Description

Artificial intelligence and music go well together. 
YouCompose is proof of that.

Meet Aimée, your personal, artificially intelligent assistant composer, she's ready to help you compose great music.

Whether you are a beginner or a professional composer, she will boost your creativity with her vast knowledge of music theory and the clever use of genetic algorithms.

You give her your melodies and decide how she should handle them. Aimée then finishes your composition, doing all the hard work that normally takes hours, but now is done in seconds.

Aimée can also compose her own melodies or even sonatas, scherzos, fugues and more ... what about a complete symphony? 
You can use her compositions, or parts of them, in any way you want.

YouCompose is a great tool to create your own music for your movie, game or theater productions for example. It's also great for songwriters but above all: 
it’s just fun to play with this app and enjoy its sometimes surprising results.

YouCompose features:

Built-in instruments:
80 instrument definitions with their sounds are included. You'll find all regular orchestral instruments, keyboards, organs, guitars, basses, chorus, percussion and more.
With more than 85 predefined ensembles, you can quickly set up YouCompose for a wide variety of instrument groups such as trios, quartets, quintets, etc., small and large orchestras or a big band.

Creating and editing:
You create melodies using the built-in virtual keyboard or a MIDI keyboard, by entering single notes in a grid or score editor, by importing a melody from a MIDI file or by asking Aimée to make one for you. 
Aimée will then harmonize these melodies in a classical or jazz style taking into account the instruments you selected.
A composition can be edited in many ways. YouCompose allows you to copy, paste, move and delete movements, segments and individual notes.
You can ask Aimée to compose a complete 3 or 4 movement classical or jazz symphony for your ensemble all by herself, or let her add a new movement to an existing one. She can do that based on her own melodies or on melodies you provide.
You can control the way she harmonizes your melodies with special instrumentation tools, by defining ‘Composition instructions’, setting ‘Harmonization Points’ and other options, or you can also leave that completely to Aimée.
Special tools allow you to enter lyrics, apply melodic transformations or create dynamic effects.

Sharing and saving:
YouCompose is Audiobus, AudioCopy and Inter-App Audio compatible and supports background audio. In Audiobus you will find remote triggers for reverb and output level adjustment. With AudioCopy you can copy audio from movements, parts, segments or fragments to any other AudioCopy compatible app.
YouCompose is CoreMIDI compatible. This means that you can also use a MIDI keyboard, a MIDI sound module or synth apps running on your device together with YouCompose.
You can export audio files directly to other apps on your device. Supported audio file formats are: MIDI, aac, m4a, aiff, caf and wav. A m4a file contains iTunes data like ‘artist’, ‘song name’ and ‘lyrics’. You can export audio from movements, parts, segments or fragments.
You can view your composition’s full score and the individual parts (transposed when applicable), print them directly from YouCompose to an AirPrint compatible printer or export them to any PDF viewer like iBooks.
You can save compositions to your device and load them again later. Additionally, YouCompose allows you to send and receive them from other devices running YouCompose via iCloud, email or an AirDrop connection.
You can share your composition with others by sending an email containing a YouCompose file, m4a audio files, MIDI files and/or a PDF document with the full score and the individual (transposed) parts.
Several sample compositions containing well known melodies are also included in the package.

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