07.26.2007 08:00 AM
Abaltat to highlight Abaltat Muse soundtrack composer

At IBC2007, Abaltat will showcase its Muse system, a video-driven soundtrack composer that exploits artificial intelligence by measuring different selected elements in a moving picture and composing music to them.

Abaltat Muse requires a video editor's skills to create music, not a musician's. In the composition stage of creating a soundtrack, a picture sequence is loaded into the application as a QuickTime file that is analyzed, from which a first draft is composed. In the second stage, the composition is customized.

Abaltat will also show Band, a suite of "bands" that work as a plug-in with the Muse application.

See Abaltat at IBC2007 in Stand7.918, or visit www.abaltat.com .



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