Carnegie Mellon Computer Music Group

Research Seminars & Other Events

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FALL 2007


Wednesday, November 14 - 4:00-5:00PM **Wean Hall 3213**
Topic: Computer Music Listening Seminar

In this seminar, we will listen to or view a few computer music works (including "Critical Point" for cello and computer) and discuss them afterwards.

Wednesday, October 24 - 4:00-5:00PM Newell Simon 1505
Speaker: Roger Dannenberg
Topic: ISMIR 2007

Roger Dannenberg will summarize some key results that were presented recently at ISMIR 2007 in Vienna, Austria.

Wednesday, October 10 - 4:00-5:00PM Newell Simon 1505
Speaker: Noel Zahler
Topic: Melodic Pattern Anchoring for Score Following Using Score Analysis

Score consultation is one of the most important parts of learning any musical composition. When machines need to learn music, what strategies are best to have them accurately follow a score? Through a demonstration of past and present work in score following one possible solution will be discussed.

Wednesday, September 12 - 4:00-5:00PM Newell Simon 1505
Speaker: Roger Dannenberg
Topic: A Look at ICMC 2007

Roger Dannenberg will present some highlights from the 2007 International Computer Music Conference, which took place in Copenhagen in August.

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