The Centre for Digital Music regularly organizes seminars and talks. Visitors are always welcome.
Time and Place
- The exact time and place for each seminar is advertised in announcement emails and via the news section on this website.
- Usually, seminars take place on Wednesdays, 3pm, in room Eng 209 in the Electronic Engineering building, Queen Mary University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS.
- Information on how to access the school can be found here.
- Video recordings of seminars are regularly made available on this website.
Seminar Announcement List and Contact
- External visitors are welcome to join our seminar announcement list.
- For all enquiries, please contact Sebastian Ewert.
Seminars (Past and Upcoming)
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- 2017-05-10: Eita Nakamura - Statistical Modelling Techniques for Symbolic Music Processing
- 2017-03-20: Brecht De Man - Towards a better understanding of mix engineering
- 2017-03-06: Daniel Overholt - Augmented Expressivity for Acoustic Instruments (Video Available)
- 2017-02-22: ICASSP Pre-Presentations
- 2016-11-30: Colin Raffel - The Lakh MIDI Dataset - How It Was Made and How to Use It (Video Available)
- 2016-11-25: Tian Cheng and Siddharth Sigtia (Video Available)
- 2016-11-08: Phil Burk and Don Turner - Audio at Google
- 2016-10-19: DL Seminar - Rebecca Fiebrink - Creative uses of machine learning in music performance
- 2016-10-17: Anna Kruspe - Applying Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) Technologies to Singing (Video Available)
- 2016-10-10: Prem Seetharaman - Music structural segmentation and source separation
- 2016-07-28: Norbert Schnell - Playing (with) Mobile Devices and Web Technolgies Together
- 2016-07-12: Brecht De Man - Listening Test Interface Design (Video Available)
- 2016-06-09: Oyvind Brandtsegg - Cross adaptive processing as musical intervention (Video Available)
- 2016-06-01: Johan Pauwels - Exploiting Prior Knowledge in the Automatic Estimation of Keys and Chords from Audio
- 2016-05-18: Adrien Mamou-Mani - SmartInstruments: And the physics becomes programmable
- 2016-05-11: Yvonne Blokland - Towards a Brain-Computer Interface for awareness detection
- 2016-02-23: Shlomo Dubnov - Information theoretic creativity
- 2016-02-18: Ichiro Fujinaga - The Research Program of the Distributed Digital Music Archives and Libraries Laboratory at McGill University
- 2016-02-10: Pablo Alejandro Alvarado Duran - Physically-Musically Inspired Probabilistic Models for Audio Content Analysis (Video Available)
- 2016-02-09: AudioCommons Seminar
- 2016-01-27: Gawain Hewitt - Breaking barriers to music making through accessible design (Video Available)
- 2016-01-13: Derry FitzGerald - Projet - Spatial Audio Separation Using Projections