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    Seminar by Dan Tidhar, Wed 26/02, 4:30pm, AG01

    by  • February 22, 2014 • News, Reading Group

    Our next session will be on Wednesday 26.02.2014, 4:30pm, room AG01 (College Building), inviting you and all others interested to a talk by Dr Dan Tidhar, Research Fellow at MIRG and the Department of Music, currently working in the Digital Music Lab project. Title: Police and beyond – temperament estimation from harpsichord recordings Abstract:...

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    New Research Project: A deep learning framework for automatic music transcription

    by  • February 15, 2014 • News

    The Music Informatics Research Group is pleased to announce the new research project entitled: A deep learning framework for automatic music transcription. The 4-month, £5.7k mini-project is funded through the City University London Research Pump-Priming Fund; project partners include City University London and Queen Mary University of London. For more information on the project...

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    Reproducible Research Prize at AES53 Conference

    by  • January 29, 2014 • News

    At the awards ceremony for the AES 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio, the paper by Son Tran, Daniel Wolff, Tillman Weyde, and Artur Garcez entitled “Feature preprocessing using RBMs for music similarity learning” won the prize for Fully-Reproducible Work, as part of the Prizes for Reproducibility in Semantic Audio Research, sponsored by the EPSRC-funded...

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    MIRG Papers at AES 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio

    by  • January 26, 2014 • News

    The Music Informatics Research Group will present its current research at the AES 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio, which will take place on 26-29th January 2014 in London. The list of oral/poster presentations from MIRG is as follows (click on links for abstracts): Wolff, D., Bellec, G., Friberg, A., MacFarlane, A., and Weyde, T....

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    School-wide seminar by Daniel Wolff, 15.01.2014, 4pm, AG08: Creating Audio-Based Experiments as Social Web Games with the CASimIR Framework

    by  • January 13, 2014 • News

    This week’s School of Informatics seminar will be given by Daniel Wolff , research student and fellow at MIRG: Location: AG08 (College Building) Date: Wednesday 15 January, 2014 Time: 16:00 – 17:30 Title: Creating Audio-Based Experiments as Social Web Games with the CASimIR Framework Abstract: This talk presents the CASimIR framework for online experiments,...

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    Reading Group Meeting 14.01.2014 – Two papers on oscillator models for rhythm perception

    by  • January 13, 2014 • News, Reading Group

    Our next session will be on Tuesdat 14.01.2014, 4:30pm, room AG06 (College Building), inviting you and all others interested to the discussion of the following papers: 1) Velasco, M. J., & Large, E. W. (2011). Pulse Detection in Syncopated Rhythms using Neural Oscillators. In 12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (pp. 185–190)....

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    MIRG contributions at DMRN+8

    by  • December 9, 2013 • News

    The Music Informatics Research Group will present its current research at the annual Digital Music Research Network One-day Workshop 2013 (DMRN+8), which will take place on Tuesday 17th December 2013 at Queen Mary University of London. The full list of oral/poster presentations from MIRG is as follows: “Adapting music similarity models to geographic user...

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    Seminar on MIRG research, Wed 4th December, AG09, 5:30pm

    by  • December 3, 2013 • News

    As part of the Research Seminar series of the Department of Music, staff and students from the Department of Computing’s Music Informatics Research Group (MIRG) will discuss their research. The talk, chaired by Dr Shay Loya, will take place on Wednesday 4th December at 5:30pm, in room AG09 (College Building).

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