Thu, 21 Sept|
MEC Seminar: AI in music education - sounds of uncertainty
Sounds of uncertainty: Introducing AI Music Education: Revolutionizing the Way We Learn and Create Music
Time & Location
21 Sept 2023, 10:00 – 11:30 BST
About the event
Introducing AI Music Education: Revolutionizing the Way We Learn and Create Music *"Unlock the potential of music education with the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Imagine a future where learning music becomes more accessible, personalized, and engaging than ever before. With AI, we are reshaping the landscape of music education, bringing innovation and creativity to every aspiring musician. Our cutting-edge AI technology is designed to cater to individual learning styles, adapting to your unique needs and preferences. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced musician, our AI-powered platform provides personalized lessons, tailored exercises, and real-time feedback to help you master your instrument of choice. Say goodbye to the traditional one-size-fits-all approach. With AI, you'll have access to a vast library of interactive tutorials, virtual instructors, and immersive practice sessions. Our intelligent algorithms analyze your progress, identify areas for improvement, and offer targeted guidance to accelerate your musical journey. But AI doesn't stop at learning. It also opens up a world of possibilities for music creation. Our AI-powered composition tools inspire you to explore new melodies, harmonies, and rhythms, pushing the boundaries of your creativity. Collaborate with AI-generated accompaniments or experiment with AI-generated sounds to create unique and captivating compositions. Join the revolution in music education and experience the future today. Embrace the power of AI to enhance your musical skills, ignite your passion, and unleash your full potential. Together, let's redefine the way we learn, create, and appreciate music. Discover the limitless possibilities with AI Music Education."
Or is this a nightmare waiting to happen?
(*Written by AI)
Composer Zakiya Leeming is Artist and Producer in Residence at the Royal Northern College of Music’s Centre for Practice & Research in Science & Music (PRiSM).
Barry Farrimond Chuong, is co-founder of Open Up Music and an authority on the development and application of accessible music technology.
Tee Peters is the Wired4Music Programme Producer at Sound Connections. With a background in video production and marketing, he also makes music with his band The Working Class.
Artificial Intelligence. AI will also be a panellist in the discussion.
Panel Chair: Phil Castang