musicgen-remixer

Maintainer: sakemin

Total Score

6

Last updated 6/19/2024
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Model overview

musicgen-remixer is a Cog implementation of the MusicGen Chord model, a modified version of Meta's MusicGen Melody model. It can generate music by remixing an input audio file into a different style based on a text prompt. This model is created by sakemin, who has also developed similar models like musicgen-fine-tuner and musicgen.

Model inputs and outputs

The musicgen-remixer model takes in an audio file and a text prompt describing the desired musical style. It then generates a remix of the input audio in the specified style. The model supports various configuration options, such as adjusting the sampling temperature, controlling the influence of the input, and selecting the output format.

Inputs

  • prompt: A text description of the desired musical style for the remix.
  • music_input: An audio file to be remixed.

Outputs

  • The remixed audio file in the requested style.

Capabilities

The musicgen-remixer model can transform input audio into a variety of musical styles based on a text prompt. For example, you could input a rock song and a prompt like "bossa nova" to generate a bossa nova-style remix of the original track.

What can I use it for?

The musicgen-remixer model could be useful for musicians, producers, or creators who want to experiment with remixing and transforming existing audio content. It could be used to create new, unique musical compositions, add variety to playlists, or generate backing tracks for live performances.

Things to try

Try inputting different types of audio, from vocals to full-band recordings, and see how the model handles the transformation. Experiment with various prompts, from specific genres to more abstract descriptors, to see the range of styles the model can produce.



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