Ircam Manifeste 2015 festival from June 2nd to July 2nd this summer, with world premiers featuring Antescofo by MuTant researchers including Jarrel's Dornroschen by Isabelle Faust, Boulez' Répons, Grelup's String Quartet, Vittoria's piece for KDM Trio, and more… .
Congratulations to MuTant alumni Alberto Bietti for the ICASSP 2015 Best Student Paper Award in the Machine Learning in Signal Processing Track for his upcoming paper as a result of his internship at MuTant and SIERRA.
MuTant Team-Project has 3 openings in 2015 for UIX Developper (to fill immediately), PhD Position (starting Fall 2015), and a Post-doc (starting fall 2015). See job descriptions for instructions to apply.
Gerard Berry, CNRS 2014 Gold Medal Laureat, talks about Antescofo in this video prepared especially for the prize ceremony.
- Antescofo: Anticipatory score following and synchronous programming for real-time computer music
- Paris Conservatory, FSMS, English research survey course (2014-15) (Taught since 2009)
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Cont A., Dubnov S., and Assayag G., On the Information Geometry of Audio Streams with Applications to Similarity Computing, IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech and Language Processing, Vol. 19, no. 4, Pp. 837-846, 2011. (preprint) (bibtex)
Cont Arshia, A coupled duration-focused architecture for realtime music to score alignment. IEEE Transaction on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence. Vol. 32(6), Pp. 974-987, June 2010. (preprint) (bibtex)
Cont Arshia, Dubnov Shlomo, Assayag Gérard, Anticipatory Model of Musical Style Imitation using Collaborative and Competitive Reinforcement Learning. Anticipatory Behavior in Adaptive Learning Systems. Berlin : Martin Butz, Olivier Sigaud and Gianluca Baldassarre (Editors). 2007, p. 285-306. (pdf) (bibtex)
Cont Arshia, Dubnov Shlomo, Wessel David, Realtime Multiple-pitch and Multiple-instrument Recognition For Music Signals using Sparse Non-negative Constraints. Digital Audio Effects (DAFx). Bordeaux : Septembre 2007. (pdf) (bibtex)
Cont Arshia, Modeling Musical Anticipation: From the time of music to the music of time. PhD thesis in Acoustics, Signal Processing, and Computer Science Applied to Music (ATIAM). Paris : University of Paris 6 (UPMC), and University of California San Diego (UCSD) (joint), 2008. (pdf) (bibtex) (Defense Presentation)