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Understanding How Humans Make Music (Through Data)

This is an awesome day! We just got the news of a major grant from the prestigious #AustrianScienceFund (FWF) to bring forward artificial intelligence and music research using interpretations by Herbert von Karajan. Looking forward to opening the door to a most intricate world and getting one step closer to understanding music w/ Peter Revers, Klaus Aringer,...Read More

Formalized Score Control in Abjad

I am pleased to invite you to the next talk in the Digital Musicology Study Group at Harvard. Please forward this announcement to anyone who might be interested. Thank you! Trevor Bača Wednesday, April 6, 5-7pm Davison Room Music Department Harvard University ABSTRACT: Abjad is open-source software designed to help composers build up complex pieces...Read More

2nd Talk of the Digital Musicology Study Group

Dear colleagues, I am delighted to announce the second talk of the Digital Musicology Study Group at Harvard University. I hope that many of you will be able to attend. Please forward this invitation widely. Studying Music Ficta & Early Renaissance Canons with the music21 Toolkit (Michael S. Cuthbert) November 22, 5pm, Davison Room in...Read More