Cześć Polacy

• Apr 7, 2023 - 00:08

Czy my kiedykolwiek możemy sobie pomóc bez narzekania na nasz naród?!
Zamieściłem post w Musescore bo potrzebowałem pomocy.
Jak myślicie co otrzymałem?


Translated into English by Google Translate:
"Hi Poles
Can we ever help ourselves without complaining about our nation?!
I posted on Musescore because I needed help.
What do you think I got?"

In the other thread ( you were asking about text output from ChatGPT, and I am sorry if you felt the responses were not helpful. Bear in mind that the replies are given by unpaid volunteers and that nobody on the forum could recognise the ChatGPT output as music in text form.

Please consider these thoughts:
1. MuseScore can only import the file types shown in the dropdown list in File > Open...

  1. So the question which you should have asked ChatGPT must include output in a format known to MuseScore. For example, the universal music transfer format MusicXML:
    "Please compose some music in the style of Wojciech Kilar, and deliver the output in MusicXML format."

Mam nadzieję, że następnym razem będziesz miał więcej szczęścia z ChatGPT!

In reply to by DanielR

Sorry if my responses were not helpful. I did some research into ChatGPT. As far as I can tell it can not produce a MusicXML. It produced inaccurate information about MuseScore that misled the OP. And misinformation about at least one other software being able to convert "music text" to MusicXML.

I did the research before I answered. I tried to help, but there wasn't much to go on. The OP expects something that, as it stands now, can't be done. Sorry if that's not helpful. But what does an unpaid volunteer know?

In reply to by bobjp

You wrote:
Sorry if my responses were not helpful.
Don't worry!

It seems that Chat GPT (AI) is attempting to learn music composition/notation.... :-0
That other thread:
is for the most part a transcribed discussion between the OP (who likes Wojciech Kilar music) and Chat GPT.

It shows that Chat has generated some text files:
...which supposedly contain music notation information (in Kilar's style) which Chat "thinks" can be imported into MuseScore for playback - to be listened to by the OP. Here's one of the different ways Chat offered:
Click "Open" to import the text file into MuseScore.
You should now see the text representation of the musical notes displayed in the score editor.
To convert the text representation to actual music notation, select all the text in the score editor and go to the "Tools" menu. From there, select "Convert Text to Score" and follow the prompts
Well, that doesn't work for the OP, so Chat offers:
Open MuseScore and create a new score by selecting "New Score" in the "File" menu.
Choose the instrument family and specific instruments you want to use for your composition, or select "Empty Score" if you want to start from scratch.
Once the new score is open, click on the first measure of the first staff.
Press "Ctrl+V" (Windows) or "Cmd+V" (Mac) to paste the music notation code into the score.
MuseScore should automatically recognize the code and generate the corresponding notes and rhythms in the score.

That is another unworkable method - hence the OP's disappointment as expressed in another thread:
I asked Chat GPT to compose Kilar's style music. I did't even know it was possible, but it generated some .txt code and I was so excited to listen to what it was. I downloaded Musescore and had tried to paste it but unfortunatelly I wasn't able to do this.

Here's another failed Chat suggestion - a sort of Lilypond entry mehod using text as 'Note Input':
Open MuseScore and create a new score.
Go to the "Note Input" section of the toolbar and select "Text."
In the text input box, type the musical note symbols and durations according to the sequence I provided you earlier. For example, "C4 q" for a quarter note C in the fourth octave.
MuseScore will convert the text representation into musical notation, which you can then edit, play back, and print as desired.

Chat is getting warmer - with note symbols and durations.
Regarding notes and durations, Chat also mentions....
Here's an expanded text representation of musical notes and rhythms in a similar style to the sequence I composed earlier,
Make sure to select "Comma" as the separator for the rhythm and duration values, and adjust any other settings as needed.

....but I did not see a comma delineated file with durations. If "C4q" is a quarter note, it would need a comma separating the "q". Is the OP expected to do that.? What notation software would recognize it?

Finally, if you look at the picture above, the incessant repetition of C5 e and E5 s can hardly represent any worthwhile music - in Wojciech Kilar's style or anyone else's - even without transcribing into actual music notation!


In reply to by zigirafi

I didn't quite understand the T-1000 reference until I read your post here
Anyway, what follows shows some AI language model "machine learning" in action...

After "Chat" AI completely frustrated the OP - as the OP has stated:
Steps you told me are impossible to complete. I tried to ask people how to solve this problem and they don't know how to do it.
Chat then did some back pedaling:
I apologize if my previous steps were not helpful. To clarify, it is not possible to directly import a text file containing musical notes and rhythms into MuseScore 4.

To which the OP remarked:
why you didn't tell me that before

Chat's reply:
I apologize for any confusion or frustration my previous responses may have caused. It was not my intention to mislead or provide incorrect information.
In my earlier responses, I may have assumed that MuseScore 4 would be able to directly import a text file containing musical notes and rhythms, but that is not the case.

My reply to Chat AI would be:
No problemo... to err is human... ;-)

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