Centre for Digital Music

 
Overview
Projects
People
Publications
Seminars
Seminar Videos
Conferences & Events
Education
PhD Study
PhD Graduates
Software
Patents
 

C4DM Research Seminars - Video Archive - 2010

These videos are of seminars/events held at the Centre for Digital Music during 2010. 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.

Details Video (click to view)

Using the Music Ontology in MusicMash2
Speaker(s) : Edward Thomas - University of Aberdeen  
When : Wed 15th December 2010 15:00
Where : Electronic Engineering, Room 105

Click for video

Quality-informed beat tracking of musical audio
Speaker(s) : Norberto Degara - University of Vigo, Spain  
When : Wed 1st December 2010 15:00
Where : Electronic Engineering, Room 105

Click for video

A Non-negative Framework for Joint Modeling of Spectral Structure and Temporal Dynamics in Sound Mixtures
Speaker(s) : Gautham J. Mysore - Advanced Technology Labs, Adobe Systems  
When : Wed 1st December 2010 11:30
Where : Electronic Engineering, Room 105

Click for video

Fingers in the Dyke: can there be a Viable Market for Digital Music?
Speaker(s) : John Darlington - Social Computing Group, Imperial College London  
When : Wed 10th November 2010 15:00
Where : Electronic Engineering, Room 105

Click for video

Novel User Interfaces for Audio Retrieval and Processing, Episode 2
Many tasks in digital music making, audio retrieval, and aud... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 105, Tue 7th September 2010 14:00
Speaker: Sebastian Heise (h3e), Michael Hlatky (Accessive Tools), Joern Loviscach (University of Applied Sciences, Germany)

Click for video

MuseScore Seminars
Nicolas Froment: Connect your algorithm with the MuseScore c... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 103, Fri 3rd September 2010 11:00
Speaker: Thomas Bonte (MuseScore), Nicolas Froment (MuseScore), Werner Schweer (MuseScore)

A score-informed source separation system
Music scores provide a wealth of knowledge that can be used ... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 103, Fri 3rd September 2010 11:00
Speaker: Joachim Ganseman (University of Antwerp)

Click for video

A Domain Specific Music Search Engine for eHealth
With a rapidly ageing population in Singapore and the rest o... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 105, Tue 29th June 2010 15:00
Speaker: Prof Ye Wang (School of Computing, National University of Singapore)

Click for video

An Industrial Strength Audio Search Algorithm
This is a reprise of the talk I gave at ISMIR 2003 on some o... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 105 , Mon 28th June 2010 15:00
Speaker: Dr Avery Wang (Shazam Entertainment)

Click for video

Environmental sonifications 'Hour Angle' and 'Flood Tide'
Hour Angle and Flood tide are musical works generated from g... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 105, Thu 13th May 2010 14:00
Speaker: Dr John Eacott (School of Media Arts and Design, University of Westminster)

Click for video

Finding Music and Multimedia on the Web: A Yahoo Perspective
Without a doubt the Internet has changed the way people cons... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 105, Tue 11th May 2010 14:00
Speaker: Dr Malcolm Slaney (Yahoo! Research Laboratory)

Click for video

Harnessing the embodied knowledge of musicians to allow the real-time performance of correlated music and computer graphics
A presentation of a novel, entirely custom developed system,... [ more ]
Location: Electronic Engineering, Room 105, Mon 8th March 2010 16:15
Speaker: Ilias Bergstrom (University College London)

Click for video

Mon 1st February 2010 16:15
Some mathematical tricks for signal processing
Dr Monika Döerfler (University of Vienna)

Click for video

Tue 26th January 2010 11:00
Spatialisation in Jamoma using distance-based amplitude panning (DBAP)
Pascal Baltazar (GMEA Centre National de Création Musicale d'Albi-Tarn, France), Trond Lossius (Bergen Center for Electronic Arts, Norway)

Click for video

 

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