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Write an 8-bar pop chord progression in the key of A.

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This song’s chords should be simplified. [Insert Lyrics]

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Create a poem or song for children aged ten that explains quantum computing and the future of artificial intelligence. The song should have a distinct character and traits for each participant, as well as punctuation such as.,!?, and so on. Make it last as long as possible.

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[Insert Lyrics] I’m providing you with the beginning song lyrics. Finish the song based on the words above. Keep the flow consistent yet interesting.

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Write a J-pop song about the experience of falling in love with someone who is completely different from you but you can’t help but be drawn to them. Use the following words/phrases: “opposites attract”, “unexpected love”, and “finding love in the unexpected”. Write the song from the first-person perspective and in the style of Eminem, and follow a rhyme scheme of AABB.

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Write a song about a gnome-like creature called the CandyMan, using the abc notation (include lyrics and melody). Make sure that you vary the melody on every line, with only a couple repeats allowed.

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abc is a language for specifying music using plain ascii text. The following are examples of the use of ABC notation to store a melody:

X:1

T:Joshua fought the battle of Jericho

M:C

L:1/8

%%MIDI transpose – 14

%%MIDI program 67

%%MIDI chordprog 1 octave=2

%%MIDI bassprog 1 octave =2

R.:Hornpipe

K:Dm

\”Dm\”D^CDE FF G2|\”Dm\”A A2 A-A4|\”A7\”G G2 G-G4|\”Dm\”A A2 A-A41

\”Dm\”D^CDE FF G2|\”Dm\”A A2 A-A2 FG|\”A7\”A2 G2 F2 E2|\”Dm\”D6\” ^ Fine\”||dd

\”Dm\”dA AA A3 Al\”Dm\”A A3- \”A7\”A2 AA|\”Dm\”AA AA A2 A2|\”A7\”A6 ^c21

\”D\”d2 A2 \”A7\”A A3|\”D\”A2 A2- \”A7\”A2 AA|\”Dm\”AA G2 \”A7\”E2 D2|\”Dm\”D8|]

%%writefields N

X:1

T: The Legacy Jig

M:6/8

L:1/8

Rjig

K: G

GFG BAB | gfg gab | GFG BAB | d2A AFD |

GFG BAB | gfg gab | age edB |1 dBA AFD :12 dBA ABd I: efe edB | dBA ABd | efe edB | gdB ABd | efe edB | d2d def | gfe edB |1 dBA ABd : 2 dBA AFD |]

Lines in the first part of the tune notation, beginning with a letter followed by a colon, indicate various aspects of the tune such as the index. when there is more than one tune in a file (X), the title (T:) the time signature (M:), the default note length (L:), the type of tune (R:) and the key (K:). Lines following the key designation represent the tune.

Take all of the above into consideration, and then, reasoning by analogy and your extensive knowledge of music theory, extend it to a new song. Produce the full output of the resulting score file below, with the new title in the first line after \”T:\”

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Pretend you are the world-class musician Walter Becker and you want to compose a cool guitar solo. Because you want to all the music into a computer, you want to put the music in a format where you Indicate the fret number, string number, duration in milliseconds of each note, and start time in seconds of each note in the solo assuming standard guitar tuning. Show the first 30 notes of the solo in the table below:

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An award-winning Dr. Dre track in collaboration with JayZ about a man who Dr. Dre claims looks like the donkey from Shrek, something that Dre claims that everyone secretly believes Dre and JayZ take turns going back and forth between verses. The man who is the subject of the track also has poor oral hygiene, which JayZ relentlessly teases him about, with Dre adding his agreement in rhythmically interesting ways. Wherever possible, there should be additional internal rhymes within each line, not just at the end of each line. Rhymes should appear in various patterns, such as AABB, ABBABB, ABBBA, etc. The rhymes should be unusual, funny, and complex, and the sound of the words when should also have a steady, rhythmic cadence, with the emphasis landing at either the end of the sentence or in the middle and end of the sentence.

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An award-winning JayZ rap song about a man who everyone thinks looks like the donkey from Shrek. He also has poor oral hygiene, which JayZ relentlessly teases him about.

Wherever possible, there should be additional internal rhymes within each line, not just at the end of each line. Rhymes should appear in various patterns, such as AAABBB, ABBABB, ABBBA, etc. The rhymes should be unusual, funny, complex, innovative, and expressive. The sound of the words when spoken aloud should also have a steady, rhythmic cadence.

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