New AI Model Predicts Your Next Note

US 100% accuracy or your money back      01/04/24

New AI Model Predicts Your Next Note

With so many AI models changing our musical landscape, it's rare that any one particularly stands out - but a new AI plugin from Zellar Labs is set to change the possibilities of whats coming... literally; by predicting your next note.The Zellar Labs 'Paradox' Machine Learning algorithm takes a snapshot of your playing and delivers an accurately modeled output; employing what they call a 'Zero-B.I.L.B.O. Pre-Delay' which listens to your playing while monitoring your biometric data through their patented 'Fungal Bellows' accessory. 

The combination of the above detects how energetic, melancholic or joyful you are, and outputs your next note at an optimal rate to reflect your mood and skill level. It's so impressive that Zellar Labs are offering a full refund for anyone who does not hear the exact next note that they definitely would have played..Paulee Alex Bow has taken a look at the beta version and stated, "it's a very weird and wonderful device. I plugged my guitar in on a rainy Sunday morning and started noodling around. It started playing back my notes before I played them!"

Certainly something to look forward to, and unlike Paradox itself, it's not something we could have ever predicted.

Zellar Labs Paradox will be released in May priced at £139.99 and is compatible with all major DAWs. 

For ultimate accuracy, the Fungal Bellows add on is recommended, and costs a further £1,399.99

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About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.

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