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A real life example...

Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 5:55 pm
by bgronas
in the "Put your idea text here.." area, you put in:
Edit: we've removed these lyrics as they are under copyright! :D

Then you Press "CREATE LYRICS", and whoops, I did it again, here is my "lyrics":
find bleed Feel you very,
Welcome have what it Feel And,
lights have learn In you,
to animal hear anything That's are,
price live can We But,
It you bright to everyday anything.


Anyone got a better one??
Can this possible be the best software ever? Why demand a license for this? :lol: :D :) :o :shock: :mrgreen:

Re: A real life example...

Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 6:26 pm
by impete
Hi!

Yes, your first random iteration of lyrics with liptikl will almost always look weird. Like any tool of course, you need to learn how to use it and as you can see from the liptikl tutorial, it doesn't take long to get good lyrics out very quickly once you have the hang of it. :)

With best wishes,

Pete

Re: A real life example...

Posted: Thu Mar 27, 2008 7:19 pm
by impete
By the way, I just spend two minutes with your text (pasting the whole post above into liptikl, and ran through a few iterations), and came up with this which is quite nice! :D
Even though my mind feels grey,
Your animal smile appeals,
Make your demands on me,
Help me learn to feel.
Ah, you've gotta love generative art.

All the best!

Pete

Re: A real life example...

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 6:13 am
by Loopy C
That's pretty cool Pete, man I need to hide 'noatikl' from my dock for a while so I can follow your lead...'animal smile' alone is a worthy session :D

Re: A real life example...

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 7:59 am
by imtim
Loopy C wrote:That's pretty cool Pete, man I need to hide 'noatikl' from my dock for a while so I can follow your lead...'animal smile' alone is a worthy session :D
Thanks Loopy C. Yes, it is pretty cool, and is a word association one might not normally come up with.

Generative tools are really good for throwing these kind of things out, but there is also a dependency there on what you feed into them. They are really all about making selections, and making good selections, too (Eno is a master at making good selections btw).

Re: A real life example...

Posted: Tue Jun 10, 2008 6:06 pm
by Loopy C
'all about the selections'...yeah that really frames it. It can then venture into and be informed by the aesthetic theories behind the Japanese traditions such as flower arranging, tea serving and 'Wabi Sabi'.

I think your observation is an important kernal about the 'truth' of liptikl, at least one I will be keeping in mind :)