Unlocking the auditory world

AudioMind is the first AI model capable of deeply understanding audio, giving access to the full spectrum of auditory experiences.

All examples on this page were generated directly by AudioMind without modification.


AudioMind goes beyond a mere combination of ASR (Automatic Speech Recognition) and LLM (Large Language Models). Instead, the AI model natively processes audio as the input modality to fully utilize all the information available in the audio signal.

AudioMind has been meticulously trained to listen and understand audio in a manner akin to human processing. It can recognize and understand speech, identify speakers, discern tone, gender, emotions, and distinguish between environmental and human-made sounds. The model is capable of summarizing and creating custom-formatted documents directly from audio, which are not feasible with text-only methods. It supports English and can process audio files up to 60 minutes in length.

AudioMind represents a significant leap forward in harnessing the power of audio. We hope it will transform our interaction with the audio world, unlocking new possibilities and catalyzing a wave of innovative applications across various fields.

The sections below are organized to demonstrate the capabilities of AudioMind:

Transcript Generation

AudioMind allows you to generate custom transcripts by specifying transcription and formatting instructions through a prompt.

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Basic transcription

Transcribe this podcast.


The following is a conversation with Mark Zuckerberg inside the Metaverse. Mark and I are hundreds of miles apart from each other in physical space, but it feels like we're in the same room because we appear to each other as photorealistic Kodak avatars in 3D with spatial audio. This technology is incredible, and I think it's the future of how human beings connect to each other in a deeply meaningful way on the internet. These avatars can capture many of the nuances of facial expressions that we use, we humans use to communicate emotion to each other. Now, I just need to work on upgrading my emotion expressing capabilities of the underlying human. This is the Alex Friedman Podcast, and now, dear friends, here's Mark Zuckerberg. [continues]

AudioMind processes 1h of audio in about 3 minutes.

Speaker Intelligence

AudioMind can recognize, identify and understand the state of the speaker from voice.

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Speaker separation

Transcribe this file and separate speakers.


Speaker 1: What is your best seller here?
Speaker 2: Our best seller here is cold brew iced coffee and lattes.
Speaker 1: Okay. And on a day like today where it's snowing quite a bit.
Speaker 2: Mm-hmm.
Speaker 1: Do a lot of people still order iced coffee?
Speaker 2: Here in Maine, yes.
Speaker 1: Really?
Speaker 2: Yes.

Sound Intelligence

AudioMind can recognize sounds and comprehend their context within the overall audio environment.

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Environmental sounds

What can be heard in the audio?


In the audio, emergency sirens can be heard.


What about in this audio?


In this audio, there is humming.

Audio Summarization

AudioMind enables custom audio summarization through user-provided instructions via a prompt.

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Short summarization

Create a short summary of this audio recording.


In this insightful audio recording, Jane Goodall introduces Kristine McDivitt Tompkins, highlighting her significant contributions to conservation, particularly in the creation of national parks in Chile and Argentina. Tompkins shares her journey from working at Patagonia Inc. to becoming CEO, emphasizing her partnership with her husband, Doug Tompkins, and their collective achievements in conservation. She discusses the importance of national parks, the significance of rewilding, and the challenges of conservation in the face of climate change and economic development. Tompkins also reflects on her personal connection to the environment, her passion for conservation, and the impact of individual actions on the planet. The conversation concludes with questions from the audience, addressing topics such as the concept of protecting half the Earth and the practical steps for achieving significant conservation milestones.

Audio Document Creation

AudioMind can convert audio into custom-formatted documents, using all available audio information to ensure content is organized and formatted as specified in the prompt.

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Guide to game streaming

Create a comprehensive guide document based on the provided audio. The document should include the following sections:

  1. Introduction to Game Streaming
  2. How Game Streaming Works
  3. Benefits of Game Streaming for Game Developers
  4. Getting Started with Game Streaming
  5. Key Takeaways
  6. Frequently Asked Questions

Incorporate direct quotes from the speakers to enrich the guide and provide authenticity. Bullet points and numbered lists should be used for easy readability where appropriate.

doc_game_streaming.mp3(27m 45s)

Introduction to Game Streaming

Game streaming is an innovative project by Google that enables game developers to reach a broader audience beyond their install base. It offers a new way for users to experience games without the need for downloads, making the process of trying new games more accessible and frictionless.

How Game Streaming Works

Game streaming is facilitated by pre-installing an app in a virtual Android device running in the cloud. When a user clicks on the "Try Now" button, the game starts in the cloud, and the audio and visual content is streamed to the user's device. This process allows for real-time interaction with the game, including touch gestures, all while the game's content is updated in the cloud.

Benefits of Game Streaming for Game Developers

  • Increased User Reach: Game developers can reach a larger audience by allowing users to try their games without downloading them first.
  • Reduced Friction: By removing the barrier of installation, game developers can increase the likelihood of users trying their games.
  • Improved Engagement: Users who have experienced a game through streaming are more likely to engage with it, potentially leading to higher conversion rates.

Getting Started with Game Streaming

For developers interested in incorporating game streaming into their strategy, the process is straightforward:

  1. Visit g.co/appstreaminggames
  2. Answer a few simple questions on the form
  3. Confirm your participation

The rest of the work is handled by Google, including creating an AppStreaming experience using the same APK published on Google Play.

Key Takeaways

  • Game streaming allows users to try games instantly without downloading, increasing engagement and reach.
  • The technology is live in the Google app on Android, streaming hundreds of games, including popular titles.
  • Developers can sign up to get their games streamed without needing to modify their APK, making it a low-effort, high-reward strategy.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: Can native and 3D games be streamed?
    A: Yes, native and 3D games, as well as all graphics commands, are supported.
  • Q: How does streaming work with app indexing?
    A: If your app supports app indexing, it can work seamlessly with the streaming experience.
  • Q: Is there a limit to the number of users who can stream a game at the same time?
    A: Theoretical limits are based on the capacity of Google's cloud platform, but practical limits depend on the game's specific requirements and performance.

This guide provides an overview of game streaming and its benefits for game developers. By leveraging this technology, developers can reach new users and enhance the gaming experience for everyone.

Audio Q&A

AudioMind can answer complex questions about audio. It can identify the content of conversations, attributes dialogue to specific speakers, analyzes emotional tones and sounds, among other capabilities.

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Audio Q&A

Can you tell me about the gender of the speaker in the audio and any characteristics of their voice that stand out?

audio_qa_daws.mp3(9m 15s)

The speaker in the audio is male. His voice is clear and articulate, with a confident and engaging tone. He speaks with enthusiasm about the subject matter, which involves digital audio workstations (DAWs) and music production. His voice also carries a sense of expertise and friendliness, making the information he shares accessible and interesting to the listener.


Is there any background music in the audio? If so, can you describe its characteristics?


Yes, there is gentle upbeat music throughout the audio. The music provides a pleasant and motivating backdrop to the speaker's voice, enhancing the overall listening experience without overpowering the spoken content. Its consistent presence throughout the audio contributes to a cohesive and professional production quality.


What can you tell me about the digital audio workstations (DAWs) mentioned in the audio? Specifically, what are their key features or drawbacks as described?


The audio mentions several digital audio workstations (DAWs), each with unique features and potential drawbacks:

  1. Audacity: Highlighted as a free, open-source DAW available for major operating systems. It's praised for its ease of use and features like a multi-track editor and built-in effects processor. However, it's noted to be limited with bigger projects and doesn't function as a MIDI sequencer.
  2. GarageBand: Described as Apple's entry-level counterpart to Logic Pro X, with a similar interface. Its key features include a sound library for additional sounds, loops, and samples, and the ability to use projects seamlessly on computers and phones. The main drawback is its lack of bus channels, making it less efficient for applying effects to multiple tracks simultaneously.
  3. Serato Studio: Mentioned for its incredible sounds and versatility, with a unique user interface catering to DJs. It allows for easy key and tempo adjustments across the entire project. The DAW is praised for its ability to match the key and tempo for all audio elements.
  4. Ableton Live Lite: A slimmed-down version of Ableton Live, known for being user-friendly and including a help file for beginners. It supports up to 16 tracks and a combination of audio and MIDI channels but is limited in features compared to the full version.
  5. Reaper: Recognized for its stability and constant updates. It's a full-service DAW offering multi-track and MIDI recording, mixing, mastering, editing, and processing. The drawback mentioned is the minimal inclusion of instruments or plugins, suggesting a need for additional investments.

Each DAW is recommended based on specific needs and workflows, with the speaker encouraging listeners to try them all due to their free availability.

Voice Interaction

Audio can also serve as a prompting method. Instead of typing, prompts can be spoken. AudioMind can hear the user's voice with details, enabling the kind of voice interaction that we see in the movie Her.

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Voice interaction

The music is interrupted by a phone ringing.


Based on the audio, the second speaker appears to be a child addressing their mother.


Before the conversation starts, the sound of a phone ringing and music can be heard.

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Published March 12, 2024