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  ## Intended uses & limitations
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- You can use this model for text-conditional music generation. All scores generated by this model can be written on one stave (for vocal solo or instrumental solo) in standard classical notation, and are in a variety of styles, e.g., blues, classical, folk, jazz, pop, and world music. We recommend using the script in [this repository](https://github.com/sander-wood/text-to-music) for inference. The generated tunes are in ABC notation, and can be converted to sheet music or audio using [this website](https://ldzhangyx.github.io/abc/), or [this software](https://sourceforge.net/projects/easyabc/).
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  Its creativity is limited, can not perform well on tasks requiring a high degree of creativity (e.g., melody style transfer), and it is input-sensitive. For more information, please check [our paper](https://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11216).
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  ## Intended uses & limitations
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+ You can use this model for text-conditional music generation. All scores generated by this model can be written on one stave (for vocal solo or instrumental solo) in standard classical notation, and are in a variety of styles, e.g., blues, classical, folk, jazz, pop, and world music. We recommend using the script in [this repository](https://github.com/sander-wood/text-to-music) for inference. The generated tunes are in ABC notation, and can be converted to sheet music or audio using [this website](https://abc.rectanglered.com/), or [this software](https://sourceforge.net/projects/easyabc/).
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  Its creativity is limited, can not perform well on tasks requiring a high degree of creativity (e.g., melody style transfer), and it is input-sensitive. For more information, please check [our paper](https://arxiv.org/abs/2211.11216).
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