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The Google Magenta team, which makes machine-learning tools for the creative process, has made models that help you compose melodies, and tools that help you sketch cats.
I’d get a melody in my head and I would wonder if I could turn it into a song.
Without an idea of how neural circuits work and in what sequences, zapping the brain with electricity—no matter how cool the device itself is—is akin to banging on all the keys of a piano at once, rather than composing a beautiful melody.
Similar to a piano melody, a single wrong note may not ruin the entire song—or in the case of glomeruli, the perception of a smell.
Together, the individual spots the researchers stimulated built the perception of the odor, just as a string of notes makes a melody.
Not the melody only, but the often audacious, epigrammatic philosophy of her tongue as well, sold her calas and gingercakes.
THE GRANDISSIMESGEORGE WASHINGTON CABLE
Do you regard every melody in a lively dance-rhythm as ballet music?
But it is in the national music of the Celtic race that we find the most familiar examples of melody symbolizing character.
For convenience sake, the last couplet of the first version is printed with the melody.
In consequence, every speech, even those from dry and desiccated lips, was coloured with the melody of hope.
ST. CUTHBERT'SROBERT E. KNOWLES

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