Mark Ballora will be discussing his work in sonification of scientific datasets that he has created for the educational science production Rhythms of the Universe
Music is ubiquitous around the world, but the source of musical ability is unknown. How do human beings come to know what they know about music? In this talk, I will review our recent research on...
Rebecca Friebrink shows how supervised learning offers a useful set of computational tools for many problems in computer music composition and performance.
Paul Lamere explores "how we can use music data mining for tasks such as automatic genre detection, song similarity for music recommendation, and data visualization for music exploration and discovery."
In this talk Dr. Cariani will discuss "the possibility of a neurally-grounded theory of basic harmony that is based on superpositions of subharmonics (“undertones”)".
Do we really know how we "listen" to music? PhD Candidate Finn Upham's research exposes some of the challenges and shows that our experience of music in time is more complicated, and more interesting, than we might expect.
MARL is pleased to welcome Dr. Michael Hawley from the MIT Media Laboratory. An accomplished musician as well as a leading thinker on the uses and development of technology, Dr. Hawley will address both fields in a lecture entitled "Bits 'n Pieces."
Yahoo! Research's Dr. Malcolm Slanley will be visiting MARL this Tuesday to give a talk about current issues and practices pertaining to digital media on the web.
Guest Speakers: Rinus van Alebeek and Alessandra Eramo
Guest Speaker: Michael Rataj