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Google’s latest AI experiment FreddieMeter lets you know you’ll never sing like Mr. Fahrenheit himself

Freddie Mercury could not be with us, however his legacy continues to dwell on in his music, in films, and now in an internet app that judges your singing abilities. FreddieMeter analyzes vocal patterns to find out how intently you may recreate the distinctive voice of Freddie Mercury. It then provides you a rating based mostly in your accuracy generally pitch and melody, in addition to how intently your timbre matches that of Freddie Mercury’s.

The app makes use of a neural community and self-supervised pitch estimation (or SPICE) to find out your accuracy in singing, and it does so instantly in your gadget. Google has been working on getting extra sophisticated neural community calculations to run on-device for a while now, so it is all the time fascinating to see novel makes use of of the know-how.

FreddieMeter has come out not lengthy after the Bohemian Rhapsody music video reached 1 billion views and was launched by Google’s Inventive  Lab in collaboration with YouTube Music to help the Mercury Pheonix Fund, a charity to unfold consciousness for the battle towards AIDS.

The experiment is designed to run in your browser on desktop and cell. You’ll be able to strive it out right here.

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