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Raspberry Pi 3 Based Neural Network Music box
Raspberry Pi enthusiast Aleksey Tikhonov has published details of his new Raspberry Pi project to create a Neural Network RaspberryPi Music box.
All the experience gained in Aleksey’s past projects, a Raspberry pi 3 and Leadsound’s speaker have led to this new project.
After making the Pianola network project, I came to the idea of the RaspberryPi music box for the infinite neural network music generation.
Basically, I used the same VAE-like neural network approach as in our Neyro-Skryabin performance, but I had to squeeze it into a raspPi3 box and tune the model to make the near real-time NN-generation of an endless stream of midi music.
As a hardware, I took a RaspberryPi 3 Starter Kit and some Leadsound’s speaker like this. As a software, I had to setup Tensorflow for ARMv7l and used mido+pygame to play the music aloud.
Further information of the Neural Network RaspberryPi Music box can be found in the video below.