Amadeus Code is an artificial intelligence powered songwriting assistant. Create inspiration, song, and melodies instantly and infinitely. Let’s take a look at how to use the melody settings to change how Amadeus Code creates melodies.
Creating melodies with Amadeus Code is like co-writing a song, but with many MANY co-writers. In fact, the artificial intelligence is powered by an analysis of decades (centuries if you count our classical library) of songs. It’s like having access to hundreds and thousands of composers and songwriters to co-write with at your fingertips all the time. Here’s how to steer control of how Amadeus Code composes.@AmadeusCode #AI is powered by decades (centuries if you count the classical library) of songs. It's like having hundreds and thousands of composers and #songwriters to co-write with at your fingertips all the time. Click To Tweet
The Melody Settings is where you set how Amadeus Code creates melodies. There are 5 parameters.
Range sets the balance of low vs high notes appearing in the melody.
2. Note Length
Note length sets the balance of short vs long notes appearing in the melody.
Drama sets the balance of verse vs hook (chorus) phrases appearing in the melody.
Familiarity sets the balance of uncommon vs common phrases appearing in the melody.
Era sets a specific timeframe the melody is influenced from.
Here’s a song created by Amadeus Code with the settings above.
Listen to the differences in melody
Now, let’s change a few parameters and check out how the melody changes.
|Familiarity||Tendency for more common melodies (set slightly to the left)||Neutral (middle setting)|
|Note Length||Neutral||Tendency for longer notes (slider set a little to the right)|
Remember the chorus part?
Here’s the updated chorus with the new settings applied.