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This AI can tell what an instrument sounds like from pictures

A team of researchers from Politecnico Di Milan have developed an AI system capable of helping master instrument makers determine what an unmade violin might sound like. Violins have been around since the 16th century and, for those who build and play them, not much has changed. Modern luthiers tend to apply modest design twists to centuries-old designs because, well, that’s the way it’s done. Per the team’s research paper: Of all the characteristics of a violin, those that concern its shape are probably the most important ones, as the violin maker has complete control over them. Contemporary violin making,…This story continues at The Next Web

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