The Djent to end all Djents

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Just found this crazy Youtube Channel that's streaming computer generated metal 24/7. Quite honestly, I've heard similar and/or worse from real bands. Why even bother naming those songs other than just giving them a sequential number? :lol:


 
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I find that music uninspiring and predictable on its dynamics changes and tone expression. It's almost like hearing radio songs. Yeah, there are cool moments in there but it's like a broken clock that is right on time 2 times a day...

These an, however, be an interesting source of bits for song arrangements and composition...
 

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I think it's an interesting experiment. Currently the output isn't the greatest but it will be cool to see if it evolves.
 

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Just found this crazy Youtube Channel that's streaming computer generated metal 24/7. Quite honestly, I've heard similar and/or worse from real bands. Why even bother naming those songs other than just giving them a sequential number? :lol:



This is pretty gnarly, I had no idea this was a even thing 🤣, thanks for sharing 🤘.

There are a lot of bands that I can hear where the computer is drawing from like: Tesseract, Northlane, and Meshuggah, to name a few.
 
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