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Al-terity: Non-Rigid Musical Instrument with Artificial Intelligence Applied to Real-Time Audio Synthesis
Our NIME 2020 publication about the AI-terity project is now open accessible online. https://www.nime.org/proceedings/2020/nime2020_paper65.pdf
This is an Organised Sound (Open Access) publication by Andrew McPherson and Koray Tahiroğlu. In this article we examine the ways in which computer music languages might similarly influence the aesthetic decisions of the digital music practitioner, even when those … Continue reading
In this talk Koray Tahiroğlu introduced our current research on digital musical instruments (DMIs) in which autonomous and intelligent computational features are applied to music generation with machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) tools. https://www.aalto.fi/en/events/sustainable-transformations
on Thursday and Friday 28th/29th November, we visited Design Lab, Koc University (http://designlab.ku.edu.tr/) Istanbul for a seminar talk and tutoring sessions together with Morten Fjeld from t2i interaction lab.
SOPI research group will be conducting a user-test study between the 28th October and 1st November. The experiment will involve user-led interpretation and use of the FLINT interface. Anyone can participate, no prerequisite knowledge or experience is required. We are … Continue reading
SOPI researchers, Simon Overstall and Valtteri Wikström, will be presenting the “MARSUI: Malleable Audio-Reactive Shape-retaining User Interface” project at the ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, CHI 2013 in Paris 27 April – 02 May. MARSUI is … Continue reading