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ICMC 2001 REVISED PAPER SCHEDULE HOTEL MELIA COHIBA

HAVANA CUBA

September 18-22 2001

 

(NOTE:  Small font means presenter is not here)

 

 

TUESDAY, September 18

 

 

SALON CETRO

 

SALON CORONA

 

 

PLENARY SESSION 1

 

9am

CUBA AND ICMC2001, A CULTURAL ODYSSEY

Enmanuel Blanco; Andrew Schloss; Marco Trevisani

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS WILL BE MADE

 

9:30

 

IMPROVISING WITH COMPUTERS: A PERSONAL SURVEY (1989-2001)

Sergi Jordà, Music Technology Group, Audiovisual Institute, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

Winner of the 2001 Swets & Zeitlinger Distinguished Paper Award

 

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 1: Digital Signal Processing 1

 

PAPER SESSION 2: Aesthetics 1

10:10

ANTI ALIASING FOR SUBBAND AUTOREGRESSIVE MODELING

Tom Schouten, Bart De Moor, Department ESAT/SISTA, KU Leuven, Belgium

DO COMPOSITION SYSTEMS SUPPORT CREATIVITY? – AN EVALUATION

Barry Eaglestone, Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, UK; Nigel Ford ; Mark Clowes, University of Leeds, UK

 

10:30

TIME-FREQUENCY REASSIGNMENT FOR MUSIC ANALYSIS

Stephen W. Hainsworth, Signal Processing Group, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom; Patrick J. Wolfe, University of Cambridge, UK

 

MEASURING INTENTION AGAINST RECEPTION IN ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC: A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR ANALYSIS

Leigh Landy, United Kingdom

 

10:50

 

TRANSIENT MODELLING BY PRUNED WAVELET TREES

Laurent Daudet, Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 3: Digital Signal Processing 2

 

PAPER SESSION 4: Aesthetics 2

11:20

OBJECT-BASED SOUND SYNTHESIS

Augusto Sarti, Stefano Tubaro, Dipartimento di Elettronica e Informazione, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

REALIZING LUCIER AND STOCKHAUSEN: CASE STUDIES IN THE PERFORMANCE PRACTICE OF ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC

Christopher Burns, CCRMA, Stanford University, USA

 

 

 

11:40

 

DETECTION AND MODELING OF FAST ATTACK TRANSIENTS

Xavier Rodet, Ircam, France; Florent Jaillet, GENESIS

 

PHYSICALITY AND FEEDBACK: A FOCUS ON THE BODY IN THE PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRONIC MUSIC

Curtis Bahn, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute., USA; Tomie Hahn, Tufts University, USA; Dan Trueman, Colgate University, USA

12:20 – 14:00 LUNCH

 

 

PANEL SESSION 1: Music Information Retrieval

 

PAPER SESSION 5: Spatial Sound 1

14:00

PANEL: NEW DIRECTIONS IN MUSIC INFORMATION RETRIEVAL

George Tzanetakis, Princeton University, USA; Roger Dannenberg, Perry Cook, Princeton, USA, Ichiro Fujinaga, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, USA

 

ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF ROOM ACOUSTICS USING THE MPEG-4 SCENE DESCRIPTION

Riitta Väänänen, Finland

 

 

14:20  ENHANCING SOUND DESCRIPTION IN VRML

Alexandre Topol, France; Florent Schaeffer

 

 

 

 

 

14:50 EVALUATING SPATIAL SOUND WITH BINAURAL AUDITORY MODEL

Ville Pulkki, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 6: Spatial Sound 2

 

 

 

 

15:20  FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION OF A DISTRIBUTED AND MOBILE ARCHITECTURE FOR VIRTUAL SOUND SPACE SYSTEMS

Florent Schaeffer, France; Stéphane Natkin, Alexandre Topol, CEDRIC /CNAM, France

 

15:50 COMPOSING OUTDOOR AUGMENTED-REALITY SOUND ENVIRONMENTS

Camille Goudeseune, USA; Hank Kaczmarski

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

WEDNESDAY, September 19

 

 

 

 

SALON CETRO

 

 

SALON CORONA

 

PAPER SESSION 7: Physical Modeling 1

 

PAPER SESSION 8: Languages and Systems 1

 

 

 

9:00

A MODIFIED RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDE MESH STRUCTURE WITH INTERPOLATED INPUT AND OUTPUT POINTS

Federico Fontana, University of Verona - Dipartimento di Informatica, Italy; Lauri Savioja, Helsinki University of Technology – Telecommunications Software and Multimedia Laboratory, Finland; Vesa Välimäki, Helsinki University of Technology - Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Finland

 

 

9:00 IMPLEMENTING TEMPORAL TYPE CONSTRUCTORS FOR MUSIC PROGRAMMING

Eli Brandt, USA

 

 

9:20

CONTROLLING MATERIAL PROPERTIES IN PHYSICAL MODELS OF SOUNDING OBJECTS

Federico Avanzini, University of Padova, Italy; Davide Rocchesso, University of Verona, Italy

 

 

9:20 A SYSTEM TO PORT UNIT GENERATORS BETWEEN AUDIO DSP SYSTEMS

Karl MacMillan, Michael Droettboom, Ichiro Fujinaga, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, USA

 

9:40

NOTE AND HAMMER VELOCITY DEPENDENCE OF A PIANO STRING MODEL BASED ON COUPLED DIGITAL WAVEGUIDES

Julien Bensa, CNRS, France; Kristoffer Jensen, DIKU, Denmark; Richard Kronland-Martinet, Frederic Gibaudan, CNRS, France

 

 

9:40 A FAST DATA STRUCTURE FOR DISK-BASED AUDIO EDITING

Dominic Mazzoni, Roger Dannenberg, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

 

PAPER SESSION 9: Physical Modeling 2

 

PAPER SESSION 10: Languages and Systems 2

10:10

FROM PIANO STRING VIBRATIONS TO THE ACOUSTIC FIELD RADIATED BY THE SOUNDBOARD

Mitsuko Aramaki, France; Philippe Guillemain, Nathalie Hoeb, Alain Roure

10:10 JAVA MUSIC SPECIFICATION LANGUAGE, AN INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

Nick Didkovsky, Algomusic, USA; Phil Burk, Softsynth, USA

 

10:30

BOWED STRING SYNTHESIS WITH FORCE FEEDBACK GESTURE INTERACTION

Jean-Loup Florens, Cyrille Henry, ACROE - ICA, France

 

10:30 PWSYNTH: A LISP-BASED BRIDGE BETWEEN COMPUTER ASSISTED COMPOSITION AND MODEL BASED SYNTHESIS

Mikael Laurson, Finland; Mika Kuuskankare

 

 

10:50

MODEL-BASED SYNTHESIS OF THE UD AND THE RENAISSANCE LUTE

Cumhur Erkut, Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland; Mikael Laurson, Mika Kuuskankare, Centre for Music and Technology, Sibelius Academy, Finland; Vesa Välimäki, Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Helsinki University of Technology

10:50 ENP - MUSICAL NOTATION LIBRARY BASED ON COMMON LISP AND CLOS

Mika Kuuskankare, Finland; Mikael Laurson

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 11: Physical Modeling 3

 

 

PAPER SESSION 12: Score Following

 

11:20

VOCAL FOLD AND FALSE VOCAL FOLD VIBRATIONS AND SYNTHESIS OF KHOOMEI

Ken-Ichi Sakakibara, NTT Communication Science Labs., Japan; Hiroshi Imagawa, The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan; Tomoko Konishi, Kazumasa Kondo, Japan; Emi Zuiki Murano, The Univ. of Tokyo, Japan; Masanobu Kumada, Natn'l Rehabilitation Center for the Disabeled, Japan; Seiji Niimi, Intn'l Univ. of Health and Welfare, Japan

 

 

11:20 BAYESIAN REAL-TIME ADAPTATION FOR INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE SYSTEMS

A. Taylan Cemgil, The Netherlands; Bert Kappen

 

 

 

11:40

 

SINGING VOICE SYNTHESIS COMBINING EXCITATION PLUS RESONANCE AND SINUSOIDAL PLUS RESIDUAL MODELS

Jordi Bonada, Alex Loscos, Oscar Celma, Jaume Ortola, Xavier Serra, IUA-UPF, Spain; Yasuo Yoshioka, Hiraku Kayama, Yuji Hisaminato, Hideki Kenmochi, Yamaha Corporation, Japan

 

11:40 SCORE FOLLOWING USING SPECTRAL ANALYSIS AND HIDDEN MARKOV MODELS

Nicola Orio, François Déchelle, IRCAM - Centre Pompidou, France

 

 

 

12:00 ALIGNMENT OF MONOPHONIC AND POLYPHONIC MUSIC TO A SCORE

Nicola Orio, Diemo Schwarz, Ircam - Centre Pompidou, France

 

 

 

 

12:20 – 14:00 LUNCH

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 13: Conducting

 

PAPER SESSION 14: Physical Modeling 4

 

14:00

MUSIC PLUS ONE: A SYSTEM FOR EXPRESSIVE AND FLEXIBLE MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT

Christopher Raphael, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA

 

14:00 ANALYSIS-SYNTHESIS OF FLUTE SOUNDS USING A NON-LINEAR DIGITAL WAVEGUIDE MODEL

Solvi Ystad, FRANCE; Thierry Voinier

 

 

 

14:30

 

MODELING THE TEMPO COUPLING BETWEEN AN ENSEMBLE AND THE CONDUCTOR

Bridget Baird, USA; Ozgur Izmirli

 

 

14:30 A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT BASED ON A BIOACOUSTIC MODEL OF A CICADA

Tamara Smyth, USA

 

 

 

14:50

TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES FOR CONDUCTING A VIRTUAL ENSEMBLE

Guy Garnett, University of Illinois, USA; Mangesh Jonnalagadda, Ivan Elezovic ; Timothy Johnson, University of Illinois, USA; Kevin Small University of Illinois, USA

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Studio Reports 1

PAPER SESSION 15: Physical Modeling 5

 

15:10

MUSIC INFORMATICS LABORATORY

Jens Arnspang, Kristoffer Jensen, Declan Murphy, Tue Haste Andersen, Georgios Marentakis, DIKU, Denmark

 

 

 

 

15:10 SIMPLE RESONATORS WITH SHAPE CONTROL

Davide Rocchesso, Italy

 

 

15:30

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI COLLEGE CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

CENTER FOR COMPUTER MUSIC

Mara Helmuth, USA; Ico Bukvic, Chris Watts

15:30 NEW TECHNIQUES TO MODEL REVERBERANT INSTRUMENT BODY RESPONSES

Henri Penttinen, Matti Karjalainen, Tuomas Paatero, Hanna Järveläinen, Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Helsinki University of

Technology, Finland

 

15:50

STUDIO REPORT OF THE CENTRE FOR MUSIC TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW

Nick Fells, Carola Boehm, University of Glasgow, UK

15:50 PHYSICAL MODELING FOR SOUND SYNTHESIS WITH PARTICLE-INTERACTION NETWORKS: STUDY OF THE PERCUSSION

Patrick Fourcade, Claude Cadoz, ACROE, France

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, September 20

 

 

 

 

SALON CETRO

 

SALON CORONA

 

 

PAPER SESSION 16: Physical Modeling 6

Demonstration 1

 

 

9:00

 

AUTOMATIC ESTIMATION OF CONTROL PARAMETERS : AN INSTANCE-BASED LEARNING APPROACH

Wim D'haes, Xavier Rodet, IRCAM, France

 

 

THE ACCORDIATRON: A GESTURAL INTERFACE FOR INTERACTIVE MUSIC

Michael Gurevich, CCRMA, Stanford University, USA; Stephan Von Muehlen, Stanford University, USA

 

 

9:20

 

PARAMETER ESTIMATION FOR DUAL-POLARIZATION PLUCKED STRING MODELS

Axel Nackaerts, Bart De Moor, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Rudy Lauwereins

 

AN INTERACTIVE BEAT TRACKING AND VISUALISATION SYSTEM

Simon Dixon, Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Austria

 

 

9:40

 

DATA-DRIVEN IDENTIFICATION AND COMPUTER ANIMATION OF BOWED STRING MODEL

Julius Smith, Harvey Thornburg ; Stefania Serafin, CCRMA, USA

 

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 17: Perceptual Synthesis

 

PAPER SESSION 18: Interactive Systems 1

 

10:10

 

10:10 PERCEPTUAL WAVETABLE MATCHING FOR SYNTHESIS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTAL TONES

Simon Wun, Andrew Horner, Lydia Ayers, HKUST, Hong Kong

 

CREATING AND EXPLORING HUGE PARAMETER SPACES: INTERACTIVE EVOLUTION AS A TOOL FOR SOUND GENERATION

Palle Dahlstedt, Innovative Design, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

10:30

 

LISTENER EVALUATION OF REDUCTION STRATEGIES FOR SINUSOIDAL AND RESONANCE MODELS

Amar Chaudhary, USA; David Wessel, Lawrence A. Rowe

 

 

 

 

 

THE MATRIX: A NEW MUSICAL INSTRUMENT FOR INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE

Dan Overholt, USA

 

11:00

 

ON THE IMPORTANCE OF PHASE INFORMATION IN ADDITIVE ANALYSIS/SYNTHESIS OF BINAURAL SOUNDS

Tue Haste Andersen, Kristoffer Jensen, DIKU, Denmark

 

 

TOWARDS A VIRTUAL MEMBRANE: NEW ALGORITHMS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR ANALYZING GESTURAL DATA

Andrew Schloss, Peter Driessen, University of Victoria, Canada

 

 

PLENARY SESSION 2

 

11:30 AM      ICMA MEMBERS GENERAL MEETING

 

 

 

12:20 – 14:00 LUNCH

 

 

Studio Reports 2

 

LINUX PANEL

 

 

14:00

THE INTERNATIONAL SOUND ART FESTIVAL IN MEXICO CITY (SOUND, ITS RELATIONSHIP TO THE ART DISCIPLINES AND TO THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES)

Manuel Rocha, Mexico

 

14:00 INTRODUCTORY REMARKS

 Nicola Bernadini

 

 

 

14:20

 

DELIMITATION OF COMPOSITIVE CONSTANTS IN ELECTROACOUSTIC MUSIC FROM THE INTERIOR OF ARGENTINA

Martín Fumarola, LEIM, National University of Córdoba, Argentina

 

 

14:10 AUDIO LATENCY MEASUREMENTS OF DESKTOP OPERATING SYSTEMS

Karl MacMillan, Michael Droettboom, Ichiro Fujinaga, Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University, USA

 

 

14:40

MUSIC TECHNOLOGY: PEDAGOGY AND RESEARCH @ THE UNIVERSITY OF LIMERICK

Paschall De Paor, University of Limerick, Ireland

14:40 PORTAUDIO - AN OPEN SOURCE CROSS PLATFORM AUDIO API

Phil Burk, SoftSynth.com, USA; Ross Bencina, Sonic Fritter Pty. Ltd., Australia

 

 

PAPER SESSION 19: Perception

 

 

15:10

OCTAVE AMBIGUOUS TONES AS COMPETITION BETWEEN VIRTUAL PITCHES

Immanuel Normann, Germany; Hendrik Purwins, Klaus Obermayer

15:10  A SYSTEM SUPPORTING FLEXIBLE DISTRIBUTED REAL-TIME MUSIC PROCESSING

Roger Dannenberg, USA; Patrick van de Lageweg

 

 

15:30

ACOUSTIC CUES FROM SHAPES BETWEEN SPHERES AND CUBES

Federico Fontana, Davide Rocchesso, University of Verona, Italy; Enzo Apollonio, University of Padova, Italy

15:30   DEMUDI: THE DEBIAN MULTIMEDIA DISTRIBUTION

François Déchelle, IRCAM - Centre Pompidou, France; Günter Geiger, XDV, Austria; Dave Phillips, Linux Music and Sound, Ohio, USA

 

15:50

 

AUDIBILITY OF INITIAL PITCH GLIDES IN STRING INSTRUMENT SOUNDS

Hanna Järveläinen, Vesa Välimäki, Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

 

 

 

FRIDAY, September 21

 

 

 

SALON CETRO

SALON CORONA

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 20: Expression 1

 

 

PAPER SESSION 21:  Networks&Loudspeakers

 

 

 

9:00

 

SPECTRAL ANALYSIS OF TIMING PROFILES OF PIANO PERFORMANCES

Paul Trilsbeek, The Netherlands; Peter Desain, Henkjan Honing

 

9:00 ARCHITECTURAL OVERVIEW OF A SYSTEM FOR COLLABORATIVE MUSIC COMPOSITION OVER THE WEB

Otto Wüst, Sergi Jordà, Music Technology Group, Audiovisual Institute, Pompeu Fabra University, Spain

 

 

 

9:20

 

THE LOCAL BOUNDARY DETECTION MODEL (LBDM) AND ITS APPLICATION IN THE STUDY OF EXPRESSIVE TIMING

Emilios Cambouropoulos, Austria

 

9:20 USING THE WEB FOR LIVE INTERACTIVE MUSIC

John P. Young, Peabody Conservatory, USA

 

 

 

9:40

 

ARTICULATION RULES FOR AUTOMATIC MUSIC PERFORMANCE.

Roberto Bresin, Sweden

 

9:40 RADIATION CONTROL ON MULTI LOUDSPEAKER DEVICE : LA TIMÉE

Nicolas MISDARIIS, France

 

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 23: Expression 2

 

 

PAPER SESSION 22: Interactive Systems 2

 

 

10:10

 

INDUCTIVE LEARNING OF GENERAL AND ROBUST LOCAL EXPRESSION PRINCIPLES

Gerhard Widmer, Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Austria

 

10:10 PREPARATION FOR INTERACTIVE LIVE COMPUTER PERFORMANCE IN COLLABORATION WITH A SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Timothy Madden, USA; Ronald Bruce Smith, Matthew Wright, David Wessel

 

 

 

10:40

 

ETNA - A NEW ADVANCED GRAPHICAL TREE REPRESENTATION OF MUSIC

Wolfgang Chico-Topfer, Germany

 

 

10:30 MANAGING COMPLEXITY WITH EXPLICIT MAPPING OF GESTURES TO SOUND CONTROL WITH OSC

Matthew Wright, USA; Adrian Freed, Ahm Lee ; Timothy Madden, CNMAT, USA; Ali Momeni

 

 

 

 

10:50 SYSTEM-LEVEL MIDI PERFORMANCE TESTING

Jim Wright, USA; Eli Brandt

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 24: Abstract Synthesis 1

 

 

PAPER SESSION 25: Composition Tools

 

 

 

11:20

 

FREQUENCY SHAPING OF AUDIO SIGNALS

Christopher Penrose, Japan

 

11:20 VISUAL AND ADAPTIVE CONSTRAINT PROGRAMMING IN MUSIC

Charlotte Truchet, Gérard Assayag, Equipe Représentation Musicales, IRCAM, Université de Paris 6, France; Philippe Codognet, Equipe Représentation Musicales, LIP6, Université de Paris 6, France

 

 

11:40

 

MANIPULATION AND RESYNTHESIS WITH NATURAL GRAINS

Reynald Hoskinson, Dinesh Pai, University of British Columbia, Canada

 

11:50   QSKETCHER: AN ENVIRONMENT FOR COMPOSING MUSIC FOR FILM

Daniel Oppenheim, Steven Abrams, Robert Fuhrer, James Wright, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA; David Mash, Richard Boulanger, Neil Leonard, Michael Rendish, Joe Smith, Berklee College of Music, USA; Ralph Bellofatto, IBM TJ Watson Research Center, USA

 

 

12:00

 

TEMPORAL FILTERING: FRAMING SONIC OBJECTS

Barry Moon, Brown University, USA (Presented by Cort Lippe w/ video).

 

 

12:20 – 14:00 LUNCH

 

 

PAPER SESSION 26: Abstract Synthesis 2

 

Studio Reports 3

 

 

14:00

 

SYNTHESIZING SOUNDS WITH SPECIFIED, TIME-VARYING SPECTRA

Miller Puckette, USA

 

CENTER FOR COMPUTER RESEARCH IN MUSIC AND ACOUSTICS (CCRMA)

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano, USA

 

 

14:20

 

HARD SYNC WITHOUT ALIASING

Eli Brandt, USA

 

CENTER FOR NEW MUSIC AND AUDIO TECHNOLOGIES (CNMAT): STUDIO REPORT

Richard Andrews, USA

 

 

14:40

 

ADAPTIVE ADDITIVE SYNTHESIS USING SPLINE BASED PARAMETER TRAJECTORY MODELS

Axel Roebel, IRCAM, France

 

KOPAVOGUR COMPUTER MUSIC CENTER (KCMC)

Hilmar Thordarson, Rikhardur H. Fridriksson, KCMC, Iceland

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 27: Abstract Synthesis 3

 

 

 

15:10

NEW PUBLIC-DOMAIN REALIZATIONS OF STANDARD PIECES FOR INSTRUMENTS AND LIVE ELECTRONICS

Miller Puckette, Department of Music, UCSD, USA

 

 

 

 

15:40

 

 

 

AN AUDIO-DRIVEN PERCEPTUALLY-MEANINGFUL TIMBRE SYNTHESIZER

Tristan Jehan, USA; Bernd Schoner

 

Demonstration 2

 

WILLIAMS [RE]MIX[ER]: A

N INTERACTIVE I CHING COMPOSING PROGRAM

Larry Austin, Michael A. Thompson, University of North Texas, Texas, USA

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY, September 22

 

 

SALON CETRO

SALON CORONA

 

 

PAPER SESSION 28: Pitch Tracking

 

Demonstration 3

 

 

9:00

REFINED KNOWLEDGE-BASED F0 TRACKING: COMPARING THREE FREQUENCY EXTRACTION METHODS

Stéphane Rossignol, The Netherlands; Peter Desain ; Henkjan Honing, NICI -MMM, The Netherlands

9:00 REAL TIME EXTENDED PHYSICAL MODELS FOR THE COMPOSER AND PERFORMER

Matthew Burtner, USA; Stefania Serafin

 

9:30

 

EFFICIENT PITCH DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR INTERACTIVE MUSIC

Patricio de la Cuadra, Craig Stuart Sapp, Aaron Master, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Stanford University, USA

 

9:30  TRUMPET AND TRUMPET PLAYER: MODELING AND SIMULATION IN A MUSICAL CONTEXT

Christophe Vergez, Xavier Rodet, Ircam, France

 

10:00

 

CONSTANT Q PROFILES FOR TRACKING MODULATIONS IN AUDIO DATA FORMAT

Hendrik Purwins, Germany; Benjamin Blankertz, Klaus Obermayer

 

 

10:00  GROUPING, SMILARITY AND THE RECOGNITION OF RHYTHMIC STRUCTURE

Tillman Weyde, University of Osnabrueck, Germany

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 29: Visualization

 

 

PAPER SESSION 30: Transcription

 

 

10:30

 

 

HARMONIC VISUALIZATIONS OF TONAL MUSIC

Craig Stuart Sapp, USA

 

 

10:30 AUTOMATIC BASS LINE TRANSCRIPTION FROM POLYPHONIC MUSIC

Stephen W. Hainsworth, Malcolm Macleod, Signal Processing Group, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

 

 

 

 

10:50

 

 

 

VISUALIZING MUSICAL STRUCTURE AND RHYTHM VIA SELF-SIMILARITY

Jonathan Foote, Matthew Cooper, FX Palo Alto Laboratory, Inc., USA

 

10:50  A GENETIC SEARCH TECHNIQUE FOR POLYPHONIC PITCH DETECTION

Guillermo Garcia, Creative Advanced Technology Center, USA

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 31: Machine Learning 1

 

 

Studio Reports 4

 

 

11:20

 

MACHINE LEARNING TECHNIQUES FOR REAL-TIME IMPROVISATIONAL SOLO TRADING

Belinda Thom, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

 

11:50 HYPERMUSIC AND THE SIGHTING OF SOUND – A NOMADIC STUDIO REPORT

Bert Bongers, The Meta-Orchestra, .net; Jonathan Impett

(Presented by Nicola Bernadini)

 

11:50

 

AUTOMATIC MODELING OF MUSICAL STYLE

Olivier Lartillot, Ircam, FRANCE; Shlomo Dubnov, Ben Gurion University, ISRAEL; Gérard Assayag, Ircam, FRANCE; Gill Bejerano, Institute of Computer Science, Hebrew University, Israel

 

 

GESTURAL CONTROL AT IRCAM

Marcelo Wanderley, Ircam - Centre Pompidou, France; Marie-Hélène Serra, Marc Battier, IRCAM - Centre Pompidou, France; Xavier Rodet, IRCAM

 

 

12:00

 

 

 

 

12:00 PRINCETON SOUND KITCHEN SOFTWARE REPORT

Perry Cook, USA

 

 

REAL TIME EXTENDED PHYSICAL MODELS FOR THE COMPOSER AND PERFORMER

M. Burtner

 

 

12:20 – 14:00 LUNCH

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 32: Machine Learning 2

 

 

Accreditation PANEL

 

14:00

 

LEARNING-BASED JAM SESSION SYSTEM FOR A GUITAR TRIO

Masatoshi Hamanaka, Japan; Masataka Goto, Nobuyuki Otsu

 

NOTE:  This panel was originally suggested by Andrew Horner, who is not here at ICMC.   However, the panel proceeded as scheduled. Among the others present were Ken Fields, Paul Berg, Steven Pope, Iannos Zannos, Xavier Serra, etc.  Iannos took notes on the meeting/panel. 

 

14:30

 

ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS OF PALESTRINA-STYLE COUNTERPOINT USING MARKOV CHAINS

Mary Farbood, Bernd Schoner, MIT Media Laboratory, USA

 

 

 

14:40

 

 

 

 

PAPER SESSION 33: Machine Learning 3

 

 

15:10

 

REPRESENTATION AND DISCOVERY OF MULTIPLE VIEWPOINT PATTERNS

Darrell Conklin, ZymoGenetics, Inc., USA; Christina Anagnostopoulou, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

 

 

 

15:40

 

 

 

A MEMORY-BASED MODEL FOR MUSIC ANALYSIS: CHALLENGING THE GESTALT PRINCIPLES

Rens Bod, School of Computing, University of Leeds, The Netherlands

 

 





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