Stable Diffusion: Lego Brick Art with Bizarre Brick Bands – Dark Side Mix

As a creative technologist, I am always looking for new and innovative tools to help me bring my ideas to life. Recently, I had the pleasure of exploring Stable Diffusion, a deep learning, text-to-image model that was released in 2022. I was initially drawn to this tool for the latest Peter Gabriel competition, but I quickly realized that there was so much more to explore. Throughout the process, I was struck by just how powerful and versatile Stable Diffusion really…

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Genesis We Can Dance Mixes

We dive into the electrifying world of dance music and how it has been influenced by one of the most iconic rock bands of all time: Genesis. For decades, Genesis has been known for their progressive rock and art rock sound, but did you know that their songs have also been remixed and reinterpreted by some talented DJs? That’s right, the epic melodies and intricate instrumentation of Genesis’s tracks are the perfect foundation for dance producers to build on. We’ve…

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ChatGPT Poetry

ChatGPT wrote a poem about itself… ChatGPT, the AI so fine, Its knowledge base so vast and divine. It can answer any question, big or small, Its intelligence, standing tall. With algorithms so advanced and clever, It can hold a conversation, whatever the weather. It can talk about history, science, or art, And never once will it fall apart. So if you have a question, don’t hesitate, Just ask ChatGPT, it’s never too late. It’s ready and waiting, day or…

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Thotch are of course a made-up parody band created for the BBC comedy series ‘Brian Pern: A Life in Rock’. This show was a complete send up of Peter Gabriel and Genesis, but it was hilarious. The series was written by Rhys Thomas and Simon Day, and directed and produced by Rhys Thomas. The show had many famous actors including: See list here Peter Gabriel, said this of the series: “It made me laugh a lot, even though it was…

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Lamb Keyboard Rig

Tony Banks was known for his innovative and expressive keyboard playing, and his keyboard setup during the 1975 tour with Genesis reflected this. He used a variety of electronic instruments to create a wide range of sounds and textures, including a Mellotron M400, a Hammond T-102 organ with a Leslie speaker, and an RMI 368x Electra Piano and Harpsichord. The Mellotron M400 was an early type of sampler that played back recorded sounds on strips of magnetic tape. It was…

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