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Poingly | Make Yourself into a Machine

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Make Yourself into a Machine

by Poingly

Teaming up with deep learning and AI technologies, this album advances music into the future.
Genre: Electronic: Electroclash
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1. Deep Learning
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2. Light in the Mix
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3. If I Had to Stay
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4. As Nice As, As Cute As
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5. K Is for I Can't
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6. It's Still a Cold Night in Boston
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7. Holding on to Tomorrow
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8. Girl I Am
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9. But I'd Like You
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10. Don't Think I'm Dead
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11. Do It!
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
n pursuit of immortality, Poingly has embraced AI for the upcoming album, Make Yourself into a Machine. Like all songs on the album, the music and lyrics of the album's lead single "As Nice As, As Cute As" were written using deep learning technology. While Poingly still had a human hand in performance duties this time around, the ultimate goal is to eventually rid music of all its inferior, festering human elements. As a result, mastering of the song and styling of the video were also both rendered using AI technology as well.

"I'm not the first to dabble in AI music," Poingly confessed, "But it strikes me odd how many people say their AI music is 'unique' or 'different,' almost alien. Doesn't that miss the point? Shouldn't a song generated by a good enough AI be indistinguishable from one that isn't?"

The AI that Poingly worked with added, "A computer, as a creative resource, can give the listener a piece of music that can be interpreted with as few adjustments as they'd like, so they can be listened to multiple times. On a personal level, I don't enjoy watching myself in the bedroom either."

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