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[30 Jul 2014 | Comments Off | 406 views]

When I started out as a researcher I didn’t really think of reviewers as humans. Scientific peer-to-peer review was simply the gateway to publishing my first papers, and the reviewers were usually not really peers yet at all: they were…

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[4 Jun 2014 | Comments Off | 432 views]

[Edit: the survey is now closed.]

You could help us improve pitch and note annotation tools by filling in a short survey.

If you do music or speech research related to pitch and notes in audio, then you are…

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[7 Jan 2014 | Comments Off | 270 views]

Just a quick reminder that you can still apply for a funded PhD position in Signal Processing and Data Mining Tools for the Analysis of Musical Evolution, as previously posted. Job description is here (at jobs.ac.uk).

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[31 Okt 2013 | Comments Off | 651 views]
Presenting the Audio Degradation Toolbox in New York and Brazil

I’m about to embark on a tour promoting our new album, well: paper, called “The Audio Degradation Toolbox and its Application to Robustness Evaluation” (pdf here). You can read all about the toolbox, listen to examples and get the…

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[14 Sep 2013 | Comments Off | 658 views]
My Wahl-O-Mat Analysis of Germany’s political parties

I know this off-topic on this Music Informatics website, but I couldn’t resist some data analysis on, yes!, Germans political parties. This is, of course, because general elections are looming. Where I got the data from? From the Wahl-o-mat

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[31 Aug 2013 | Comments Off | 517 views]
Visiting AIST

Only a few days and I’ll be back at AIST in Japan, working with Masataka Goto again — but this time it’ll be for six weeks only. I’m quite looking forward to it, not only because I will meet and…

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[5 Jul 2013 | Comments Off | 321 views]

I’ve been busy with new singing experiments while at the same time trying to finish up a paper on the experiments on Happy Birthday we did last year with Klaus Frieler (I reported). So I just thought for all…

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[9 Apr 2013 | One Comment | 624 views]

For quite some time now this year’s Cozzarelli Prize winners have been announced, and I’m proudly in their midst, thanks mainly to the incredible work Bob MacCallum and Armand Leroi did on our paper on the “Evolution of

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[5 Feb 2013 | Comments Off | 2,445 views]
Descent of Pop: help us out listening to music

I’ve been involved in measuring the evolution of the charts for quite a while (at Last.fm, see the Anatomy of the Charts), and we’re opening a new chapter now. That new chapter needs your help! We want to dump…

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[8 Mai 2012 | Comments Off | 555 views]
DarwinTunes at the Imperial Festival this weekend

There’s a big science festival this week at Imperial College:
the Imperial Festival.

There’ll be “hands-on demonstrations, music, comedy, dancing and art”, and: “Food and drinks are available throughout, just drop in at any time.”

I’ve been involved…