[Blueboard] Invitation: QMUL Workshop TODAY

Office of International Relations oir at ateneo.edu
Mon Apr 24 13:20:32 +08 2017



Folk music, by its nature, involves folks. So it’s absurd to think a
computer can compose such music. I will show how it’s not absurd at all. My
international research and creative team has been applying methods of
“machine learning” to modeling folk music – specifically, tens of thousands
of “Celtic” tunes typically played in communities and festivals around
Ireland, France and the UK. The result is a computer program that can
generate an endless number of tunes. With human interpretation, these tunes
can become music sharing a surprising number of qualities with “genuine”
folk music. Will you be able to tell which is which?

*To sign up, please register using this link: *https://goo.gl/forms/NoI

*Office of International Relations*
3/F Faber Hall
Ateneo de Manila University
Katipunan Avenue, Loyola Heights
Quezon City, Philippines 1108
T: 632 - 426 6001 local 4037
    632 - 927 4534
F: 632 - 426 5907
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