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Maria Witek (Birmingham) will lecture on "Musical Groove: Effect on pleasure, body-movement and the brain".
Swedish artist-developer Alexander Berman presents his latest research.
Jim Tørresen and Charles Martin (RITMO/IFI) will present on the topic "Time series analysis and prediction with sequence learning and recurrent neural networks (RNN)".
MusicLab vol.2 explores the concept of breath sensing and its wide range of applications from scientific to artistic. All within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through hands-on workshops (separate event with registration), intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
The event will be streamed live. Free entrance and open for everyone!
MusicLab Vol. 2 explores the concept of breath sensing and its wide range of applications from scientific to artistic. All within MusicLab’s unique blend of research and edutainment through hands-on workshops, intellectual warm-ups, performances and data jockeying.
This workshop will give an overview of video visualization and analysis.
This course gives an introduction to analysis of signals, audio recordings, music recordings and music scores with MiningSuite - a free open-source Matlab toolbox.
(Full, with waiting list)
This workshop will give an overview of the analysis of human movement using motion capture systems.
Anne Danielsen, Kristian Nymoen, Mari Romarheim Haugen and Gui Camara present the new project "Timing and Sound in Musical Microrhythm" (TIME).
Leading scholars on musical rhythm from music psychology, neuroscience, musicology and ethnomusicology present papers on the current status of research into rhythm and groove. International guests: Justin London, Rainer Polak, Peter Vuust, and Maria Witek.