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C4DM Research Seminars - Video Archive - 2008

These videos are of seminars/events held at the Centre for Digital Music during 2008. We also have more recent seminars.

For more information, including forthcoming seminars, see the C4DM seminar list.

To view the videos you will need media player software such as Quicktime, Realplayer, or VLC.

If clicking on the image links doesn't open the stream, copy-and-paste the URL into your media player. For more help see our technical tips below.

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Monday 13 October 2008, 14:00, Room 203
AXIS - an Acquisition eXchange Indexing Structuration for audio content
Michel Merten and Philippe Scohy, Memnon Archiving Services

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Thursday 31 July 2008, 16:00, Room 105
Speech Separation in Cell Phones
Ahmed H. Tewfik (Fellow IEEE), University of Minnesota, USA

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Wednesday 16 July 2008, 16:00, Room 105
Social music meets the Semantic Web
Alexandre Passant,
LaLIC, Université Paris-Sorbonne, France

Note: There is some brief video corruption near the beginning of this recording.

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Monday 30 June 2008, 14:00, Room 105
Active Music Listening Interfaces Based on Music-Understanding Technologies
Masataka Goto, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan

Note: There is some brief video corruption near the beginning of this recording.

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Wednesday 4 June 2008, 16:00, Room 105
Towards Mobile Music Edutainment: A Multimedia Approach
Ye Wang, National University of Singapore

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Tuesday 29th April 2008, 16:00, Room 105
The OYEZ Project: How sport empowered the world's largest group spoken-word corpus
Professor Jerry Goldman, Director of the Oyez Project and Professor of Political Science at Northwestern University, USA

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Wednesday 27 February 2008, 4:15pm, Room 105
Poolcasting - a Social Web Radio for Group Customisation
Claudio Baccigalupo, Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA-CSIC), Barcelona (Spain) [website]

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Thursday 14 February 2008, 4:15pm, Room 105
Gabor Analysis and Gabor Multipliers with a Musical Signal Processing Perspective
Prof Hans G. Feichtinger, Numerical Harmonic Analysis Group, University of Vienna, and Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor at the University of Edinburgh

(Note: the right stereo channel has some distortion in this recording - you may wish to adjust your stereo balance)

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
DMP: why, what and how
L. Chiariglione

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
C4DM Semantic Music Technologies on DMP / Chillout platform
P. Kudumakis

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
Semantic music navigation system
M. Levy / C. Sutton

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
Soundbite introduction
C. Sutton

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
Sonic Visualiser introduction
C. Cannam

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
Sinusoidal analysis and audio modification software
W. Xue

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Friday 25 January (as part of DMP presentation event)
EASAIER software
I. Damnjanovic

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Technical tips:

  • If clicking the image links doesn't open the stream:
    • Copy-and-paste the URL instead. To do this:
      1. Right-click on the image (or Ctrl-click, on Mac) and select the "Copy Link" or "Copy Address" option.
      2. In your media player application, find a menu option called "Open URL" or "Open Location" or "Open Network" (usually in the File menu) and click on it.
      3. Use the [Control-V] or [Cmd-V] keyboard shortcut to paste the copied address into the dialogue box then press return.
  • If your media player has problems playing the video (you may only be able to hear the audio):
    • Ensure your media player software is updated to the latest version, and try again.
    • Try using VLC if you have not already tried it. It is particularly recommended for Linux users but is also useful for Windows/Mac users.

 

Archives of previous years

We have archives of seminars in 2007.