Analyzing the Sequential Structure of Music Audio
This project aims at extending the understanding and usefulness of music data, through the research, development and application of computational approaches and tools. It advances an innovative and interdisciplinary program of research and education activities aimed at identifying the structures that define within- and between-song relationships in western tonal music; their applications to retrieval, visualization, music analysis and creation; and the dissemination of the knowledge base that makes these developments possible.
- Juan Pablo Bello, principal investigator
- Ho-Hsiang Wu, graduate research assistant
- Aron Glennon, graduate research assistant
- Langdon Crawford, teaching assistant
- Elana Ehrenberg, undergraduate research assistant
- Brian Cooper, undergraduate research assistant
- Ho-Hsiang Wu and Juan P. Bello. Audio-Based Music Visualization For Music Structure Analysis. Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Barcelona, Spain, July, 2010.
- Taemin Cho, Ron J. Weiss and Juan P. Bello. Exploring Common Variations in State of the Art Chord Recognition Systems. Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Barcelona, Spain, July, 2010.
- R. J. Weiss and J. P. Bello. Identifying Repeated Patterns in Music Using Sparse Convolutive Non-Negative Matrix Factorization. In Proc. International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR), Utrecht, Netherlands, August 2010.
- Bello, J.P. "Grouping Recorded Music by Structural Similarity." Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR-09) Kobe, Japan, October, 2009.
- Fundamentals of music technology: class materials (lecture slides, demonstrations and assignments).
- Music Information Retrieval: class materials (lecture slides and assignments).
IN THE PRESS
- Tartar, A. "Madonna Meets Mozart". Cutting-Edge Research. NYU Alumni Magazine, Spring 2010, Issue # 14.
- Farrell, T. "Steinhardt's Bello Wins NSF Grant to Study Building Blocks of Music". NYU Research, Spring 2009, Volume 5, Number 2.
- Weinstein, D. "Juan Bello Awarded $400,000 NSF Grant to Study Digital Music". At a Glance, NYU Steinhardt, Spring 2009.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. IIS-0844654. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF).