YouTube, Google Creative Lab, and Google Research have come up with an A.I experiment FreddieMeter to find out if you can sing just like Freddie Mercury.
The experiment has been made possible in partnership with Queen, Universal Music Group, and Hollywood Records, as mentioned in their official announcement post.
Unquestionably, Bohemian Rhapsody is considered as one of the best rock songs of all time. Recently, the song hit 1 billion views on YouTube which also happens to be an exciting news for fans.
However, the A.I experiment (FreddieMeter) was released in support of Mercury Phoenix Trust, a charity founded by Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Jim Beach to raise aware awareness and funds to fight against HIV/AIDS.
This also marks the 44th anniversary of the band’s first-ever live performance of “Bohemian Rhapsody” at the Empire Theater, Liverpool, the U.K in November 1975.
FreddieMeter shows you close your voice matches while singing Freddie Mercury’s song. You can pick one song among the four available – Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Stop Me Now, Somebody to Love or We Are the Champions.
The A.I was made possible using on-device machine learning models and it has been trained on Freddie’s isolated vocals. The audio recorded remains completely private unless you share it.
You can start using it to check your score and share it with your friends to try it out.
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