Microsoft's Songsmith, which autogenerates music for acapellas, has been out for about a month. That's been enough time for a number bizarre remixes to surface on Youtube. Here are some of the more bizarre selections.
Microsoft's inherently-ironic Songsmith software is such a goldmine. Here, some jokester has turned those stock market frowns upside-down by setting them to Songsmith's relentlessly upbeat Casiotone beats.
An absolute genius decided to feed David Lee Roth's vocals from Runnin' with the Devil to Microsoft's Songsmith software, which adds super-cheezy music to any sung lyrics. The results are, well, incredible. [Metafilter via Kottke]
Microsoft's Songsmith software, which creates Casiotone-style beats to match whatever off-key warbling is optimistically sung into a mic, finally has an ad as corny and annoying as the software itself promises to be.