music-inpainting-bert

Maintainer: andreasjansson

Total Score

7

Last updated 6/13/2024
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Model overview

The music-inpainting-bert model is a custom BERT model developed by Andreas Jansson that can jointly inpaint both melody and chords in a piece of music. This model is similar to other models created by Andreas Jansson, such as [object Object] for Bach chorale generation and harmonization, [object Object] for inpainting in Stable Diffusion, and [object Object] for extracting CLIP features.

Model inputs and outputs

The music-inpainting-bert model takes as input beat-quantized chord labels and beat-quantized melodic patterns, and can output a completion of the melody and chords. The inputs are represented using a look-up table, where melodies are split into beat-sized chunks and quantized to 16th notes.

Inputs

  • Notes: Notes in tinynotation, with each bar separated by '|'. Use '?' for bars you want in-painted.
  • Chords: Chords (one chord per bar), with each bar separated by '|'. Use '?' for bars you want in-painted.
  • Tempo: Tempo in beats per minute.
  • Time Signature: The time signature.
  • Sample Width: The number of potential predictions to sample from. The higher the value, the more chaotic the output.
  • Seed: The random seed, with -1 for a random seed.

Outputs

  • Mp3: The generated music as an MP3 file.
  • Midi: The generated music as a MIDI file.
  • Score: The generated music as a score.

Capabilities

The music-inpainting-bert model can be used to jointly inpaint both melody and chords in a piece of music. This can be useful for tasks like music composition, where the model can be used to generate new musical content or complete partial compositions.

What can I use it for?

The music-inpainting-bert model can be used for a variety of music-related projects, such as:

  • Generating new musical compositions by providing partial input and letting the model fill in the gaps
  • Completing or extending existing musical pieces by providing a starting point and letting the model generate the rest
  • Experimenting with different musical styles and genres by providing prompts and exploring the model's outputs

Things to try

One interesting thing to try with the music-inpainting-bert model is to provide partial input with a mix of known and unknown elements, and see how the model fills in the gaps. This can be a great way to spark new musical ideas or explore different compositional possibilities.



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