Google’s FreddieMeter AI Experiment charges how nicely you sing ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

In honor of the primary dwell efficiency of Bohemian Rhapsody 44 years in the past this month, Google is partnering with Queen on the “FreddieMeter” app. This web experience available for Android, iOS, and desktop charges how carefully you sound like Freddie Mercury.

To begin, select one of four iconic Queen songs: Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Stop Me Now, Somebody to Love, or We Are the Champions. You sing for a couple of minute — with guided lyrics showing on display — till FreddieMeter can calculate a share with sub-scores in three classes. The net app is analyzing your pitch (how nicely you hit the notes), melody (how nicely you hit the notes in relation to one another), and timbre (how a lot your vocal type matches Freddie’s).

Behind the scenes, FreddieMeter leverages on-device machine studying so no audio is being despatched out to servers for the score. Google skilled the fashions utilizing Mercury’s remoted vocals from authentic studio tapes and pattern covers.

That stated, there’s a viral side — like Google’s Art Selfie, with FreddieMeter in a position to report a video and audio clip of your efficiency to share on social media. This minute-long clip options YouTube Music branding and might be downloaded after a efficiency, with Google deleting it afterwards.

Google’s FreddieMeter Queen app and the #FreddieProblem is geared toward serving to the Mercury Phoenix Trust — a charity based by Brian May, Roger Taylor, and Jim Beach to lift consciousness and funds for the struggle in opposition to HIV/AIDS.

In June, Bohemian Rhapsody turned the primary pre-1990s video to succeed in 1 billion views on Google’s video website. FreddieMeter was created by YouTube, Google Creative Lab, and Google Research in partnership with Queen, Universal Music Group, and Hollywood Records.

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