Two lockdowns later, the group is still meeting regularly on zoom / Skype: Paul Lascabette (top left), Charles Picasso (bottom left), and Corentin Guichaoua (bottom right) call in from their respective homes in Paris and Strasbourg to join Daniel Bedoya, Lawrence Fyfe, Elaine Chew, Emma Frid (top right) at IRCAM in Paris. Screenshot credit: Emma Frid.
Prof. Chew will be leading an investigation on applying music information retrieval (MIR) rhythm analysis techniques to arrhythmia ECG sequences (details below) at the inaugural WiMIR (Women in MIR) Workshop to take place at Télécom ParisTech on 28 September 2018. The workshop is scheduled to follow the annual ISMIR (International Conference on MIR) conference in Paris 23-27 September 2018. […]
A paper linking music rhythms to performed timings and arrhythmia is now published online (open access)—url: journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2059204318795159—in the Music & Science journal edited by Professor Ian Cross. This article documents many of the ideas underlying the ERC ADG COSMOS: Computational Shaping and Modeling of Musical Structures. Chew, E. (2018). Notating disfluencies and temporal deviations in music and arrhythmia. Music & Science, […]
Seventeen years ago, I was invited by Michel Fingerhut to attend the 3rd ISMIR (International Conference on Music Information Retrieval) at IRCAM. It was my first introduction to the institution. I also met my first postdoc, Anja Volk, now a prominent member of the ISMIR community at this ISMIR. In an email to senior members […]