Electronic music generated in real-time just for you

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Paul Zgordan
  • Ivanisawesome

    Great, high quality music that keeps you going


    None yet

    It feels like having your own high end underground DJ spin awesome tracks just for you while you get things done. I can't say the AI component features too prominently but from what I've experienced of Mubert I can say that its definitely worth trying out.

    Ivanisawesome has used this product for one month.
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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Wow, this is incredible. I'd love to learn more about how the music is generated, but it sounds goooood. It reminds me of a recent conversation I had about the future of AI and art. At what point do machines replace traditional art forms like music, painting, and even film?
Wilhem Pujar
Wilhem PujarHiring@wilhempujar1 · CEO at Stacktical
@rrhoover which is even more interesting if you know about Hegel's art dialectic AND Hegel's master/slave dialectic (basically what a robot rebellion would be about)
Zsombor Szabó
Zsombor Szabó@zssz · Maker @ IZE
@rrhoover Exactly. Would be nice to see the makers here explaining how they generate music like this algorithmically.
Aziz Morsly
Aziz Morsly@azizmorsly · Founder Nibduck
@rrhoover or the discussion around ?
Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell ·
Not keen on having to enter my email before I can play it...
Chris Underdown
Chris Underdown@chrisunderdown · Creative Director, Code & Wander
@bentossell Really...? To be honest, seeing as that's the only piece of data they ask for, I thought it was kinda fair and easy.
Ben Tossell
Ben Tossell@bentossell ·
@chrisunderdown I'm just the type of person who hates giving out my email/phone number before seeing the value of something...probably a side effect of signing up for too many things in the past and getting a messy inbox 🙈
Chris Underdown
Chris Underdown@chrisunderdown · Creative Director, Code & Wander
@bentossell haha I understand your pain point, my inbox is ridiculous
Evan Kimbrell
Evan Kimbrell@evankimbrell · Founder, Sprintkick
@bentossell You should use Blur by Abine. In browser I can create a randomized email address and just have it de-activate later
Brian Roach
Brian Roach@anodigital · DJ / Producer @itsBREX
@bentossell @chrisunderdown you should be using soimething like Throttle then. 😉
Rodolfo Benitez
Rodolfo Benitez@rodolfobenitez_
The music is very good, I even changed the styles and seems to work very well. Impressive.
Rahul Bansal
Rahul Bansal@rahul286 · Founder & CEO @rtCamp
I am really loving this. <3 Is there any android app coming? I really did not expect to work it so well. I clicked play out of curiosity and haven't paused listening as I am writing this. It's more than 10 mins now. :-) Feedback: Please change hover button effect. That "slash" make it look like do not click. I recalled this -
Tyson Ferguson
Tyson Ferguson@whattheferguson · Co-Founder, Chief Product Officer @ Clyp
This is awesome! To @rrhoover's point about the future of AI and art, I definitely think that in less than 5 years we'll be hearing music on the radio that was partially (or entirely) created through AI. Lots of very cool stuff happening in this space.