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    Crave - Robot microphone gets the perfect tone every time

    Published on Aug 4, 2015

    Recording studios are replacing interns with robots. Music producer Sam Pura, owner of The Panda Studios in Northern California, shows off his new best friend in the studio, the robot microphone.

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    Outcome of the Learning Robots Module by Paul van Beek, Sander Biesmans and Lloyd Alberts

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    A Tiny Robot Tunes A Guitar

    Published on Nov 22, 2013

    Roadie demonstrates its robotic guitar tuner at Haxlr8r's Fall 2013 showcase.

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    Published on Nov 5, 2013

    Ezi-Servo put together this robot guitar to demonstrate the capabilties of their servos and actuators at RobotWorld 2013 in Seoul, Korea.

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    Cyther, musical robot by Scott Barton and Nate Tucker

    Published on Oct 6, 2015

    Cyther (human playable robotic Zither), a cooperative musical robot created by Scott Barton and playing together with Nate Tucker.
    This one is the first prototype of its kind
    All instruments present (in the frame, the other two are not played in this video) are made by EMMI (expressivemachines.com) and WPI's Music Perception and Robotics Lab.

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    Trio for percussion, motion-tracking performance system and robot-controlled pipe organ, excerpt

    Excerpt of Wayne Siegel's Trio for percussion, motion-tracking performance system and robot-controlled pipe organ.
    Henrik Knarborg Larsen, percussion
    Wayne Siegel, computer
    organ by Klais Orgelbau, Bonn

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    Mad Max Drum Robot in Austin

    Published on Jan 9, 2016

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    Article "Robot Rock: Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Musicians?"
    New music creation technology is trading artists for algorithms

    by Cortney Harding
    January 29, 2016

    "Will Robots Disrupt Live Music? How Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms Could Boost Ticket Sales"

    Artificial intelligence may be set to disrupt the world of live music. Using data driven algorithms, AI would be able to calculate when and where artists should play, as well as streamline the currently deeply flawed means through which fans discover concerts happening in their area.

    by Cortney Harding
    February 13, 2016

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    Man builds robot just so he can beat iPad piano game

    Published on May 19, 2016

    Everyone hates getting stuck in a video game and not being able to beat it, but one software engineer took his frustration to a whole new level. When his daughter showed him an iPad piano game, he built a robot capable of successfully playing the fast-moving game.

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