2nd CompMusic workshop

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Welcome to MIReS!

  • Jul 2012



    CompMusic (Computational Models for Music Information Research) is a research project funded by the European Research Council and coordinated by Xavier Serra from the Music Technology Group of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona (Spain). It aims to advance in the automatic description of music, reducing the gap between audio signal features and semantically meaningful music concepts by taking a culture-specific perspective. It focuses on the study of five art-music traditions around the world: Hindustani (North-India), Carnatic (South-India), Turkish-makam (Turkey), Andalusian (Arab countries) and Han (China).

    This second workshop is organised at Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi in Istanbul on 12-13 July 2012, and will cover all the topics relevant to CompMusic, bringing together the researchers working in the project plus researchers willing to contribute to the problems that are being worked on in the project. A selection of the articles presented in the workshop will be published as a special issue in the Journal of New Music Research.

    Attendance to the workshop is by invitation only. If you are interested in attending you can ask to be invited by sending an email to any of the Scientific Committee members or to mtg-info@llista.upf.edu

    More info on: CompMusic web

About MIReS

MIReS was an EU FP7-funded 18-month project focusing on the future impact of music technology research on academia and industry. The project created a Roadmap for Music Information ReSearch, by expanding the context of the field of Music Information Retrieval and addressing challenges such as multimodal information, multiculturalism and multidisciplinarity.
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