Special Issue "Between East and West: Sound and Music Computing Aspects--Selected Paper from SMC-18 and 'Computational Ethnomusicology' Summer School"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 July 2019
Assoc. Prof. George Tzanetakis
Associate Professor, University of Viktoria, Canada
In this issue we investigate computional approaches through signal processing, encoding, machine learning and other techniques that deal with different aspects of Music and Musicology between East and West. The starting point of this investigation emerges from the Archeomusicological aspects of music notation, findings and theory, Byzantine Musicology, Cultural musicology, and Ethnomusiology. Under this prism, this special issue will explore the use of novel signal processing and (ethno)musicological tools for the systematic reearch, analysis, and transcription of non-western music civilizations, the analysis and automatic recognition of birdsongs and its relationship to cultural and biological aspects of music, as also the development of assistive tools for composers wishing to interact artistically with unfamiliar music and lost cultures. Last, we will examine the performative aspects of transcultural improvisation through mapping and AI algorithms, automatic music generation, and accompaniment systems.
Assoc. Prof. Anastasia Georgaki
Assoc. Prof. George Tzanetakis
Assist. Prof. Areti Andreopoulou
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- Signal processing in non-western music
- Machine learning in non western music
- Encoding Ancient music and Byzantine notation
- Birdsong automatic transcription
- Computational Ethnomuciology
- Improvisation mapping