Strange AI

Strange AI w/ Music

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The purpose of these Strange AI Images From The Web video series is to reach the global general population and introduce them to the extraordinary music of the Classical Greats. From Beethoven, Mozart, J.S. Bach, Liszt, Chopin, Vivaldi, Handel, Haydn and many other divinely inspired classical musicians of old, I hope some of you who are unfamiliar with the mastery of these musicians will open your musical library to these extraordinary artists of the past.

There seems to be a complexity, divine passion, thoughtful reverence, and deep emotional quality in their music that stimulates the brain in ways differently than does today’s popular music. This neural stimulation in different regions of the brain (or multimodal processing across regions) may enhance analytical reasoning and boost creativity. This phenomenon is commonly referred to as “The Mozart Effect”.

Though some studies have shed doubt on this effect, the music they chose were often the simpler piano pieces from Mozart. Other studies have made the correlation between the enhanced “out of the box” reasoning and creativity and the listening to the more complex, faster paced, and passionate Piano Concertos by Beethoven, Mozart, Bach and others…typically the 1st and 3rd movements.

“The Strangeness Of AI” – Many of us thought the creative arts would be the last domain that Artificial Intelligence would be able to penetrate. Amazingly or horrifically, Generative AI models can now quickly create photorealistic images and videos based upon the entire online works of artists – photographers, graphic design artists, illustrators, etc. These AI images garnered from the internet showcase the ‘Strange’ interpretation of Art. Though I believe these images are fascinating, I’ll always be more amazed and fascinated with the works of Human Artists. Nonetheless, I hope you enjoy these Strange AI images while listening to the music of the Great Classical Musicians (even if only computer generated). Perhaps someday I can afford or partner with actual musicians.

For the Classical Enthusiasts, I completely understand the sound quality of these computer generated music files really don’t do justice in representing the Great Masters of Classical. These limited computer files lack the rich tonalities, expressiveness, and complex flourishing patterns you find in actual performances by humans. But I’m hoping that these will inspire non-classical listeners to look up actual performances by truly amazing human artists that populate YouTube. I’ll have links to some of my favorite performances of each piece presented in these videos.

If you’re interested in learning to play the piano and start your Musical Journey for Artistic Awakening, I’ve made several videos to give you the basics to teach yourself on your own time. You can search on my YouTube channel, or you can browse here on my website where I’ve organized all my music, lessons, and studies in an easy to follow layout.