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  • Microsoft recently introduced a new utility called Songsmith, which takes a vocal track and creates background music for it.

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  • - Since Steve Jobs did not descend from the heavens to give the keynote at the Macworld conference last week, and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas failed to reveal anything interesting (with the exception of a neat application called Songsmith from Microsoft), we can turn our attention to things that really matter.

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  • Microsoft's Seinfeld ads were bad, then you really don't want to see this new four-minute Microsoft "Songsmith" pseudoinfomercial.

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  • - If you thought Microsoft's Seinfeld ads were bad, then you really don't want to see this new four-minute Microsoft "Songsmith" pseudoinfomercial.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Microsoft released a new product called "Songsmith".

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  • - You might recall their misguided attempts at camp with the tone-deaf "Songsmith" campaign and definitely not spongeworthy Jerry Seinfeld-Bill Gates commercial.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Microsoft trademarks "Songsmith" for MySong automatic vocal accompaniment software Aero Taskforce Find, publish and rate user experience quirks in Windows Vista Jeff Sandquist Microsoft's evangelists 'evangelist.

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  • Just open up Songsmith, choose from one of thirty different musical styles, and press record.

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  • As soon as you press “stop”, Songsmith will generate musical accompaniment to match your voice, and play back your song for you.

    Oh God Oh God I’m Running | ATTACKERMAN

  • This terrible, terrible commercial for Lenovo's new laptop is clearly meant to go viral a la Songsmith, but someone forgot that it should be amusing and not just cringe-inducing.

    - The Consumerist

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