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Barlow and Morgenstern 1949
Barlow and Morgenstern 1949
Barlow and Morgenstern 1949
Barlow and Morgenstern 1949
Visual display
Visual display
Visual display
Visual display
Visual display
Visual display
Visual display
Visual display
Optical Music Recognition
Optical Music Recognition
Music image processing
Music image processing
Wabot-2
Wabot-2
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Horizontal projection
Horizontal projection
Piece at an angle
Piece at an angle
Vertical slices
Vertical slices
Wobble/track
Wobble/track
Wobble/track
Wobble/track
Object location
Object location
Constructing musical features
Constructing musical features
Musical semantics
Musical semantics
Not just notes…
Not just notes…
Music image processing
Music image processing
The “gulf of interpretation”
The “gulf of interpretation”
Interpretation
Interpretation
Interpretation
Interpretation
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Music image processing
Mis-classified images
Mis-classified images
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1Music image processing. Tim Bell 32Visual display. Digital image. Human
Department of Computer Science and memory. Synthesis (audio rendering).
Software Engineering University of Digital semantic. Audio.
Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand. 33Visual display. Digital image. Human
2With… David Bainbridge (Waikato) memory. Audio analysis (monophonic,
Richard Lobb Dave Blizzard (Portland, OR) polyphonic). Digital semantic. Audio.
Richard Green John McPherson Karen Lin 34Visual display. Data entry. Digital
Annabel Church Simon Glass. image. Human memory. Digital semantic.
3Overview. OMR Digital music stand Page Audio.
turning and image size Fast capture of 35Visual display. Digital image. Weak
music Music classification. links. Human memory. Digital semantic.
4The vision... All music available on Audio.
the web as score, recording and MIDI 36Visual display. Digital image. Labour
search by name, composer, lyrics, phrase, intensive links. Human memory. Digital
similarity, genre, novelty… remunerate semantic. Audio.
those responsible culturally sensitive 37Visual display. Digital image. Human
access. memory. Digital semantic. Audio.
5Barlow and Morgenstern 1949. 38Visual display. Digital image. QBH.
6Barlow and Morgenstern 1949. Human memory. Digital semantic. Audio.
7Barlow and Morgenstern 1949. 39Operations on music.
8Activities with music. Composing 40Visual display. Digital image. Compose
Arranging Performance Teaching Musicology Arrange/orchestrate Rehearse React. Human
Recording Accompanying Transcribing... memory. Digital semantic. Audio.
9Digital music problems. Cost of 41Visual display. Digital image. Library
hardware and software Viewing music on (personal, shared) Music stand (rehearse,
small screen Loss of inspiration and perform). Human memory. Digital semantic.
creativity Loss of efficiency Learning Audio.
curve Software compatibility. 42Visual display. Digital image.
10Problems with paper. Pen or pencil? Intermediate form Archive. Human memory.
Indexed retrieval. Digital semantic. Audio.
11Visual display. Digital image. Human 43Visual display. Suitable for:
memory. Digital semantic. Audio. transposition part splitting reduction
12Visual display. Digital image. searching theme detection accompaniment
memorised oral tradition original ideas. performance following. Digital image.
Human memory. Digital semantic. Audio. Human memory. Digital semantic. Audio.
13Visual display. Digital image. Human 44Visual display. Digital image.
memory. live performance mp3, wav, cd listening recording studio analysis
video? Digital semantic. Audio. thumbnail backing. Human memory. Digital
14Visual display. Digital image. sheet semantic. Audio.
music screen. Human memory. Digital 45Optical Music Recognition.
semantic. Audio. 46
15Visual display. Digital image. sheet 47
music screen. Human memory. Digital 48Wabot-2. 1980-1984 Read simple score
semantic. Audio. Heavy processing requirements.
16Visual display. Digital image. sheet 49
music screen. Human memory. Digital 50Staff line removal/identification.
semantic. Audio. Horizontal projection Vertical slices
17Visual display. Digital image. sheet Wobble/track Chords Template.
music screen. Human memory. Digital 51
semantic. Audio. 52Horizontal projection.
18Visual display. Digital image. sheet 53Piece at an angle. Rotate until
music screen. Human memory. Digital correct.
semantic. Audio. 54Vertical slices.
19D (lick #1) Dmin#5 Look at me now, 55Vertical slices.
will I ever learn? D (lick #2) Dmin#5 G I 56Wobble/track.
don’t know how but I suddenly lose 57Object location. Fragmentation
control. Visual display. Digital image. Superimposed Touching objects.
sheet music screen. Human memory. Digital 58Identifying objects. Flood fill
semantic. Audio. Template matching Hough transform.
20Live performance. Visual display. 59Constructing musical features.
Digital image. Human memory. Digital Grammars Decision tree Rules.
semantic. Audio. 60Musical semantics. Treble clef
21Live performance. Visual display. determines pitches Accidentals change
read. Digital image. Human memory. Digital pitch Time signature changes note lengths.
semantic. Audio. 61Commercial systems. Sharpeye Vivaldi
22Live performance. Visual display. Neuratron PhotoScore … and more.
Digital image. Human memory. play 62Is 96% recognition good enough? One
(interpret). Digital semantic. Audio. mistake in 24 notes No interpretation if
23Transcription. Visual display. Digital playing music Time to set up, train and
image. Human memory. Digital semantic. correct greater than typing?
Audio. 63Not just notes…
24Transcription. Visual display. Digital 64
image. Human memory. listen. Digital 65Visual display. Digital image. Optical
semantic. Audio. music recognition in practice! Human
25Transcription. Visual display. Digital memory. Digital semantic. Audio.
image. write. Human memory. Digital 66The “gulf of interpretation”.
semantic. Audio. Classical tempo and dynamics Jazz
26Visual display. Digital image. BMP, improvisation Rock style (e.g.
GIF, JPEG. Human memory. Digital semantic. syncopation, articulation) Figured bass
Audio. Cadenzas MIDI vs. Orchestra.
27Visual display. Digital image. 67Interpretation.
scanner, camera. Human memory. Digital 68Interpretation.
semantic. Audio. 69Visual display. Digital image.
28Visual display. Digital image. print, Pen-based music data entry. Human memory.
display. Human memory. Digital semantic. Digital semantic. Audio.
Audio. 70
29Visual display. Digital image. Human 71
memory. MIDI NIFF MUSICXML GUIDO. Digital 72Coloured staveline removal. Scanned as
semantic. Audio. RGB Convert to HSV and CMYK V indicates
30Visual display. Digital image. Render colour K indicates pencil, black pen.
(Sibelius, Lime, Guido, Tex etc.). Human 73
memory. Digital semantic. Audio. 74
31Visual display. Digital image. OMR. 75Mis-classified images.
Human memory. Digital semantic. Audio. 76Discussion?
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