The Beatles speak, machine learning listens

Despite their separation in May 1970, the Beatles are regularly in the news as Christmas approaches. This year, it is thanks to a film of almost eight hours by New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson, “The Beatles: Get Back” available in three parts from the end of November 2021 on the Disney + video platform.

The fruit of four years of work, complicated by the pandemic, this document is dedicated to a period well known to fans: in January 1969, in a climate of high tension, the group tried to produce an album in concert conditions, as in the beginning. They rehearse at London’s Twickenham Film Studios, while a film crew led by Michael Lindsay-Hogg films sessions on the spot. These will give rise to the documentary “Let it be”, released shortly after the separation of the Beatles. The record project, which was to be titled “Get Back”, is discontinued. It will never see the light of day as intended. It is in this context that the group will end up playing on the roof of the building of its record company, Apple Corp., on January 30, 1969.

Unintelligible conversations for 50 years

Peter Jackson collected all the footage shot by Michael Lindsay-Hogg over 21 days and restored it. But his true performance is having managed to make conversations between musicians audible, unintelligible for 50 years. To do this, he used machine learning algorithms.

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