On 20th December, I am going to give a seminar on music information retrieval (invited by Hüseyin Hacıhabiboğlu) in Middle East Technical University as part of the research seminars given in the Multimedia Informatics Program. The talk will take place at 11:30 in Conference Room (124) of the Informatics Institute (announcement).
I will present two papers titled “Composition identification in Ottoman-Turkish makam music using transposition-invariant partial audio-score alignment” and “A score-informed computational description of svaras using a statistical model” in the 13th Sound andMusic Computing Conference. The papers present two novel extensions of my audio-score alignment work for composition identification and tuning/intonation analysis, respectively.
Three papers, which I am a co-author of, will be presented in the 17th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2016) and, its satellite event, the 3rd International Digital Libraries for Musicology workshop (DLfM 2016). The papers are titled “MORTY: A toolbox for mode recognition and tonic identification,” “Time-delayed melody surfaces for rāga recognition” and “On the use of note onsets for improved lyrics-to-audio alignment in Turkish makam music.” The events take place between 7 and 12 August 2016. Continue reading “Three Papers in ISMIR & DLfM 2016”
I am going to present the paper titled “A method for structural analysis of Ottoman-Turkish makam music scores” in the 6th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA 2016). The workshop will take place in the Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland between 15 and 17 June.
Sankalp Gulati will present the paper titled “Phrase-based rāga recognition using vector space modeling,” which I am one of the co-authors of, in the 41th IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) 2015 in Shanghai, China.
In the 16th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2015), Málaga, Spain, two papers titled, which I have been involved with, will be presented. The titles of the papers are “A tool for the analysis and discovery of Ottoman-Turkish makam music” and “Searching lyrical phrases in a-capella Turkish makam recordings,” respectively.
On 24th April 2014, André Holzapfel will present the paper titled “Section-level Modeling of Musical Audio for Linking Performances to Scores in Turkish Makam Music,” which I am one of the co-authors of, in the 40th IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP) 2015 in the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane, Australia. On its 40th anniversary, ICASSP is the world’s largest and most comprehensive technical conference focused on signal processing and its applications.