|Google’s new AI experiment.|
While users wait to access the platform, they can always check how they are singing Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody with the latest Google Artificial Intelligence experiment.
On the occasion of the first live performance of the song Bohemian Rhapsody of the well-known music group, which turns 44 this month, Google has partnered with the band to create FreddieMeter. It is a web experience available for both computers and Android and iOS devices that rate the voice of users to see if they sound like Freddie Mercury.
The use of this experiment of the high G, which uses Artificial Intelligence, is quite simple. When accessing the web, you must choose between one of four iconic Queen songs: Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Stop Me Now, Somebody to Love, or We Are the Champions. Once selected, the user sings for about a minute, with guided lyrics on the screen as if it were a karaoke until FreddieMeter calculates a percentage with subpoints in three categories.
Users can record and share it on social networks.
Thanks to Artificial Intelligence, this tool analyzes both the tone, melody, and timbre of users when singing one of these songs to see how much the vocal style of each user matches that of Freddie Mercury. Also, Google has used models of the isolated voices of the Queen singer of the original studio tapes to be able to compare it with that of users.
In the same way, FreddieMeter has its viral point, since it allows users to record a video and an audio clip of their performance to share them on social networks. A one-minute clip that has the YouTube Music brand and can be downloaded after a presentation and Google will also remove it later.