"A Singular Christmas" was composed and rendered in 2004. It is the automatic statistical distillation of hundreds of Christmas songs; the 16-song answer to the question asked of a bank of computers: "What is Christmas Music, really?"
What's interesting is that the former model sounds so much, "better." I wonder if anyone could chime in about how our ears and auditory nerves or perhaps auditory cognition works, and whether they are more, "principal component analysis-y" somehow than "error minimization-y" or something relating to the actual math, which may explain why this new neural network christmas song sounds like absolute crap to us, whereas the older version sounds pretty amazing. Also, whether my understanding of the underlying math is correct or not.