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Topic: AI-Powered Music Adaptation Is Coming to Gaming Soundtracks (Read 156 times) previous topic - next topic
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AI-Powered Music Adaptation Is Coming to Gaming Soundtracks

The machines are getting smarter which means the music industry is taking AI and the metaverse more seriously. According to the duo behind XDMind, gaming is a perfect place to unleash AI-powered adaptive music technology.

A game without music is like a car without a stereo system. No fun. But what about all the gamers that mute their games while listening to their own Spotify playlists? Despite the presence of brilliant soundtracks and fantastic musical integrations in games like Grand Theft Auto, there seems to be plenty of room for evolution in this arena.

https://www.digitalmusicnews.com/2022/04/20/xdmind-gamedj-ai-powered-music-adaptation/
"Life's the same, I'm moving in stereo
Life's the same except for my shoes"

Re: AI-Powered Music Adaptation Is Coming to Gaming Soundtracks

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that's interesting