I asked an Ai to write a song about Talkbass, and this is the result

Discussion in 'Bass Humor & Gig Stories [BG]' started by RustfeatherBass, Dec 8, 2022.

  1. RustfeatherBass

    RustfeatherBass Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2022
    Haverhill, MA
    Instructions

    “Write me a song about the Talkbass community. Include the words Tort and P-bass-with-flats.”

    (btw it gives a different result every time)

    Verse 1
    A band of bass players all around From near and far, they come around To talk about the music they all love To share their ideas and pick up tips

    Chorus
    The Talkbass community is strong A place for learning and for song We come together for the love of bass Tort and P-bass-with-flats

    Verse 2
    We love to talk about our gear What strings sound best, what amps we fear From vintage to modern, we share our stories From slap to jazz, it's all our glory

    Chorus
    The Talkbass community is strong A place for learning and for song We come together for the love of bass Tort and P-bass-with-flats

    Bridge
    We come to share our knowledge To teach and learn from one another It's a place of friendship and camaraderie Where our dreams of bass can come to be

    Chorus The Talkbass community is strong A place for learning and for song We come together for the love of bass Tort and P-bass-with-flats

    courtesy of this weird app. It is an interactive chat system that you ask it to do just about anything. (no affiliation) OpenAI API Free to try.

    If you decide to try it, beware… it’s a rabbit hole. you’ve been warned :)
     
  2. bholder

    bholder Affable Sociopath Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

    Sep 2, 2001
    Vestal, NY
    Received a gift from Sire* (see sig)
    When chasing rabbits down holes, remember, follow the White Rabbit. :cool:
     
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  3. RustfeatherBass

    RustfeatherBass Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2022
    Haverhill, MA
    solid advice my friend :)
     
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  4. RustfeatherBass

    RustfeatherBass Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2022
    Haverhill, MA
    tbh its a pretty terrible lyric, even for a robot. But it did manage to rhyme “gear” with “amps we fear” ehich is amusing :)
     
  5. turf3

    turf3

    Sep 26, 2011
    I asked an Aibo to write a song but all I got was a lot of barking sounds. Then I asked an Aioli to write a song but all I got was garlic paste.
     
  6. bholder

    bholder Affable Sociopath Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

    Sep 2, 2001
    Vestal, NY
    Received a gift from Sire* (see sig)
    It's been a good long while since I've gotten really well pasted. ;)
     
  7. Lowend65

    Lowend65 Supporting Member

    Sep 21, 2006
    San Jose, CA
    Let me see if I can approximate
    Dr Cheese, Bass
    The masses love tubes
    Fender Rules, Fender Sucks, Why would anyone want a Rickenbacker.
    Pedalboard
    Sheldon Dingwall is a the living incarnation of god
    Aged Horse, Amps
     
  8. That app needs to keep it's day algorithm. :woot:
     
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  9. two fingers

    two fingers Opinionated blowhard. But not mad about it. Inactive

    Feb 7, 2005
    Eastern NC USA
    "What amps we fear"

    :bassist:

    FEAR THE MIGHTY TT800! FEAR IT!!! WITH TWO SUBWAY 115 CABS....... MORE FEAR!!!
     
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  10. RustfeatherBass

    RustfeatherBass Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2022
    Haverhill, MA
    hahaha :roflmao::roflmao::roflmao:
     
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  11. RustfeatherBass

    RustfeatherBass Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2022
    Haverhill, MA
    the metal version!!
     
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  12. dadglasser

    dadglasser

    Oct 11, 2009
    That reminds me: I have been watching 1899, a show on Netflix. The show uses what I consider to be a very annoying rendition of White Rabbit. I'm sure that anyone who is interested could find it on the mighty YoooooTuuuube. The could have used George Benson's; however, once again, nobody at Netflix asked my opinion in advance:

     
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  13. knumbskull

    knumbskull

    Jul 28, 2007
    UK
    It’s catchy AND informative.
     
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  14. TyBo

    TyBo

    Dec 12, 2014
    Not bad for a computer. :)
     
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  15. 39-Bassist

    39-Bassist

    Jul 7, 2010
    Florida
    Endorsing Artist for: Brace Audio; Duncan Pickups; Line6, Hipshot, GHS Strings, Somnium Guitars
    Only problem. :)
    is it should say for the love or hate of tort..
     
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  16. Mickey666

    Mickey666

    Apr 22, 2020
    Oklahoma city
    Definitely sounds artificially intelligent.
     
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  17. bassfran

    bassfran Supporting Member

    Mar 1, 2012
    Chicago
    Endorsing artist: Lakland basses
    “Ode To Carrots” ?
     
  18. oomo

    oomo

    Jun 21, 2021
    I've also been messing with the ChatGPT AI thing, and seeing how it does with bass-related content.

    Q: Which is better, a precision bass or a jazz bass? Where would G&L basses fall on that spectrum? Can you describes the pros and cons of each in a couple of bullet points?

    A: It ultimately depends on personal preference and the specific needs of the musician.

    Precision Bass:

    Pros:
    • Known for its punchy, thick tone
    • Versatile enough to be used in a variety of genres
    • The split-coil pickup allows for a wider range of tonal options
    Cons:
    • May not be as well-suited for more intricate playing styles
    • Limited tonal options compared to other basses
    Jazz Bass:

    Pros:
    • Known for its warm, rounded tone
    • The dual pickups allow for a wider range of tonal options
    • Well-suited for more intricate playing styles
    Cons:
    • May not be as versatile in certain genres
    • The tone may not be as punchy as a Precision Bass
    G&L basses:

    G&L basses are known for their high-quality craftsmanship and unique tonal options. They offer a range of models, including the L-2000, which is a modern take on the Precision Bass, and the Tribute L-2000, which is a more affordable option. G&L basses are often considered to be a blend of Precision and Jazz basses, offering the punchy tone of a Precision Bass with the versatile tonal options of a Jazz Bass.

    Overall, a Precision Bass may be better for musicians looking for a punchy, thick tone and versatility across genres, while a Jazz Bass may be better for musicians looking for a warm, rounded tone and the ability to play more intricate styles. G&L basses offer a blend of both, with high-quality craftsmanship and unique tonal options.
     
  19. Wood and Wire

    Wood and Wire

    Jul 15, 2017

    Well, it's a lot more coherent than this screenplay, created by predictive text A.I.

     
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  20. RustfeatherBass

    RustfeatherBass Supporting Member

    Jan 19, 2022
    Haverhill, MA
    Right?? hahhahaha
     
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