Would you like to build and automatic music mashup system and learn how to extract rhythmic and harmonic information from musical audio signals?
In this workshop, we will provide an overview of how to extract rhythmic and harmonic information from musical audio signals. We will then leverage this knowledge within a hands-on session designed to build an automatic music mashup system, which can enable any two songs to be mixed together.
The workshop will make use of existing open source music information retrieval tools, which will be combined together using the cross-platform graphical programming language Pure Data. The scope of the workshop is strongly aligned with the research activities of the Sound and Music Computing group within the Multimedia Communication Technologies research line of CTM.
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- Duration: 3 hours
- Maximum number of participants: 10
- Number of editions: 2
- Location: INESC TEC, Auditorium A
- Organisation contact: Matthew Davies
- Workshop chairs: Gilberto Bernardes | Matthew Davies
Save the date! Don’t forget to bring your laptop and headphones!