Several outcomes of the CompMusic project are presented at the 15th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR 2014) that takes place in Taipei (Taiwan) from October 27th to the 31st 2014. These are the papers that are being presented:
- R. Caro Repetto, & X. Serra. “Creating a Corpus of Jingju (Beijing Opera) Music and Possibilities for Melodic Analysis”.
- S. Zhang, R. Caro Repetto, & X. Serra. “Study of the Similarity Between Linguistic Tones and Melodic Pitch Contours in Beijing Opera Singing”.
- A. Holzapfel, F. Krebs, & A. Srinivasamurthy. “Tracking the "odd": meter inference in a culturally diverse music corpus”.
- A. Srinivasamurthy, R. Caro Repetto, H. Sundar, & X. Serra. “Transcription and Recognition of Syllable based Percussion Patterns: The Case of Beijing Opera”.
- J. Urbano, D. Bogdanov, P. Herrera, E. Gómez, & X. Serra. “What is the Effect of Audio Quality on the Robustness of MFCCs and Chroma Features?”.
S. Dutta and H. Murthy. "Discovering Typical Motifs of a Raga from One-Liners of Songs in Carnatic Music".
There will be also a tutorial on "Jingju music: concepts and computational tools for its analysis" given by R. Caro Repetto, A. Srinivasamurthy, S. Gulati and X. Serra. Finally S. Gulati, J.Serrà, V. Ishwar and X. Serra have a paper on the Late Breaking Demo Session on "Melodic Pattern Extraction in large Collections of Music Recordings Using Time Series Mining Techniques".