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Artificial Intelligence Wrote And Sang This Song!

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Lucas explores more cutting edge tools from the world of A.I. which can compose and perform music. In this episode of More To The Story, Lucas will give a brief overview of the method, and reveal the song in a fantastic dance party with his kids. 

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Logic Pro X

Synth V Text -To-Voice Singing App

ChatGPT Lyrics

I’m lost in a daydream, lost in a trance

My mind's a kaleidoscope, in a dance

Raining cupcakes and flying trash cans

In this world, I’ll take my chance

I'm a dreamer, believer

In a world of wonder and magic

Everything's possible, 

In this cosmic adventure, 

I'm ecstatic

Full Melody Conversation with ChatGPT 

LUCAS: Write a melody for an original song

CHATGPT: Unfortunately, as an AI language model, I don't have the ability to compose original music or melodies on my own. However, there are several online tools and software that can help you create your own melodies. Some popular options include Ableton Live, FL Studio, GarageBand, and Logic Pro X. You can also hire a professional composer or musician to create a melody for you. Good luck with your musical endeavors!

LUCAS: Write a melody by using letters from A to G

CHATGPT: Sure, here's a simple melody using the letters A to G:

E - F - G - A - G - F - E - D - E - F - E - D - C

This is just one example, and there are endless possibilities for melodies using these seven notes!

LUCAS: With the notes above give timing for each from 1 to 4 

CHATGPT: Sure! Here's the same melody using the notes from A to G, but with timing values assigned to each note:

E (2) - F (1) - G (1) - A (2) - G (1) - F (1) - E (2) - D (1) - E (1) - F (1) - E (1) - D (1) - C (4)

Note that the timing values indicate the length of each note, where a value of 1 represents a quarter note (also known as a crotchet), 2 represents a half note (minim), and 4 represents a whole note (semibreve). The timing values can be adjusted to create different rhythms and variations of the melody.

LUCAS: Let’s do another from scratch

CHATGPT: Sure, here's a melody using the letters A to G with timing values assigned to each note:

G (2) - A (2) - B (2) - A (1) - G (1) - F (2) - G (2) - A (2) - B (2) - A (1) - G (1) - F (2) - G (2) - F (2) - E (2) - D (2) - E (2) - F (2) - G (2)

In this melody, I started on the note G and used a combination of quarter notes and half notes to create a repeating pattern. Note that you can adjust the timing values and order of the notes to create a wide range of melodies. Have fun experimenting!

LUCAS: Let’s do one a little more creative

CHATGPT: Absolutely, let's try something more creative! Here's a melody using the letters A to G with timing values assigned to each note:

C (2) - D (2) - E (2) - F (2) - G (2) - A (2) - G (1) - F (1) - E (1) - D (1) - C (2) - D (2) - E (2) - F (2) - G (2) - A (2) - G (1) - F (1) - E (1) - D (1) - C (4)

In this melody, I started on the note C and used a combination of quarter notes and half notes to create a descending pattern. The melody repeats with a variation towards the end, where the note C is held for a longer duration. You can adjust the timing values, order of the notes, and add or remove notes to create your own unique melody. Don't be afraid to experiment and let your creativity guide you!

LUCAS: Can you do one with more unique intervals?

CHATGPT: Sure, here's a melody using the letters A to G with some more unique intervals:

F (1) - A (1) - C (1) - B (2) - D (2) - E (2) - G (2) - F (1) - G (1) - A (1) - C (2)

In this melody, I started on the note F and used a mix of minor and major intervals to create a somewhat mysterious and intriguing melody. The timing values are mostly quarter notes, with the exception of the last note which is a half note. You can adjust the timing values and add more notes to the melody to create your own unique version. Have fun experimenting!

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LUCAS: Can you do one in the key of E major? 

CHATGPT: Sure, here's a melody using the notes in the key of E major:

E (2) - F# (1) - G# (1) - A (2) - B (2) - A (1) - G# (1) - F# (1) - E (2) - B (2) - C# (1) - D# (1) - E (2) - D# (1) - C# (1) - B (2)

In this melody, I started on the note E and used a combination of quarter notes and half notes to create a descending and ascending pattern. Note that the notes in the key of E major are E, F#, G#, A, B, C#, and D#. You can adjust the timing values and order of the notes to create your own unique melody in E major. Have fun!

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LUCAS: Can you give me another one but this time add a chord progression that fits with it?

CHATGPT: Sure, here's a melody with a chord progression in the key of A minor:

A (2) - B (1) - C (1) - E (2) - D (1) - E (1) - C (2) - B (1) - A (1) - C (1) - E (1) - D (1) - C (1) - B (1) - A (2)

The chord progression that fits with this melody is Am - F - C - G. Here's how the chords line up with the melody:

Am (2) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

  • F (1) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    • C (1) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    • E - - - - - D (1) - E (1) - - - - - - -
    • C (2) - - - - - B (1) - - - A (1) - - - -
      • C (1) - - - - - - E (1) - D (1) - C (1) - B (1) - A (2)

The Am chord fits with the first four notes of the melody, while the F chord fits with the next two notes. The C chord fits with the next four notes, and the G chord fits with the final three notes. This chord progression gives the melody a sense of tension and release, and helps to create a fuller and more harmonious sound.

Note that there are many possible chord progressions that could work with this melody, and you can experiment with different combinations to find what sounds best to you.

LUCAS: Do another in the same key

CHATGPT: Sure, here's another melody with a chord progression in the key of A minor:

A (2) - B (1) - E (1) - C (2) - A (2) - B (1) - C (1) - D (1) - E (1) - D (1) - C (1) - B (1) - A (2)

The chord progression that fits with this melody is Am - F - G - C. Here's how the chords line up with the melody:

Am (2) - - - - - - - - F (1) - - - - - - -

E (1) - - - - - - C (2) - - - A (2) - - - -

  • B (1) - - - - C (1) - - - - D (1) - E (1) -
    • D (1) - - - - - - - - C (1) - B (1) - A (2)

The Am chord fits with the first two notes of the melody, while the F chord fits with the next note. The G chord fits with the next two notes, and the C chord fits with the last two notes of the first line of the melody. The second line of the melody starts with an A note, which fits with the Am chord. The rest of the chords are arranged in a descending pattern that complements the descending pattern of the melody. This chord progression gives the melody a sense of progression and resolution.

Again, note that there are many possible chord progressions that could work with this melody, and you can experiment with different combinations to find what sounds best to you.

LUCAS: One more in the same key please, could you make this one more positive sounding

CHATGPT: Absolutely, here's another melody in the key of A minor with a more positive-sounding chord progression:

A (2) - C (1) - B (1) - E (2) - D (1) - F (1) - G (1) - E (2) - C (1) - B (1) - A (2)

The chord progression that fits with this melody is Am - G - F - E. Here's how the chords line up with the melody:

Am (2) - - - - - - C (1) - - - - B (1) - - - -

  • E (2) - D (1) - F (1) - G (1) - - - - - - - -
    • E (2) - - - - C (1) - - - - B (1) - - - A (2)

The Am chord fits with the first two notes of the melody, while the G chord fits with the next two notes. The F chord fits with the next three notes, and the E chord fits with the last three notes of the first line of the melody. The second line of the melody starts with an E note, which fits with the E chord. The rest of the chords are arranged in a descending pattern that complements the descending pattern of the melody. This chord progression gives the melody a sense of positivity and optimism.

Again, note that there are many possible chord progressions that could work with this melody, and you can experiment with different combinations to find what sounds best to you.

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