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Fwd: 2nd AES Workshop on Intelligent Music Production: one week left to register

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2nd AES Workshop on Intelligent Music Production: one week left to register
Tuesday 13 September 2016
Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London, UK

Registration: http://wimp.eventbrite.co.uk
Registration deadline: Thursday 8 September 2016

Venue: Willoughby Lecture Theatre, Charterhouse Square campus, London, UK
Schedule: http://www.aes-uk.org/wimp/
Proceedings: http://c4dm.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/events/wimp2/

Audio Engineering and Music Production are inherently technical
disciplines, often involving extensive training and the investment of
time. The processes involved implicitly require knowledge of signal
processing and audio analysis, and can present barriers to musicians
and non-specialists. The emerging field of Intelligent Music
Production addresses these issues via the development of systems that
map complex processes to intuitive interfaces and automate elements of
the processing chain.

The event will provide an overview of some of the tools and techniques
currently being developed in the field, whilst providing insight for
audio engineers, producers and musicians looking to gain access to new
technologies. The day will consist of a selection of research
presentations, a panel featuring IMP leaders from industry and
academia, and additional posters and demonstrations.
In addition, Bryan Pardo (Interactive Audio Lab, Northwestern
University) and François Pachet (SONY Computer Science Laboratory
Paris) are confirmed as keynote speakers.

The workshop is followed by the monthly lecture of the British Section
of the Audio Engineering Society, open to the public and taking place
in the same room: Philosophy of human and machine creativity in audio
by Andy Farnell.

For more information about the event, please get in touch with the
workshop chairs:
Brecht De Man <b.deman@qmul.ac.uk>
Joshua D. Reiss <joshua.reiss@qmul.ac.uk>


Brecht De Man
PhD Student in Audio Engineering
Centre for Digital Music
Queen Mary University of London

School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
United Kingdom

Skype: brechtdeman
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