She calls the program "Kulitta" and it can learn the music quickly and create new pieces on demand in a matter of seconds.
In tests over 100 students judged the pieces to be the work of a human, and even some of the experts were occasionally fooled.
Kulitta analyzes the works of a composer then applies the rules it's learned from them when creating a new piece of music.
The one thing it can't do is determine a good piece for a bad one, but that's such a personal thing that even us humans can't seem to agree on.
Quick looks forward to having Kulitta do mashups between genres, with her ultimate goal a combination of Metallica and Mozart.
Could this be a new income source for artists where your musical algorithm is copyrighted and new compositions are created for the listener on the spot? Time to bow to our musical overlords.