Gonzalo Romero-García and Daniel Bedoya attended the TENOR 2022 conference held at Marseille, France from May 9th to May 11th to present results obtained in their research in the COSMOS project.
The International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation (TENOR) is dedicated to issues in theoretical and applied research and development in Music Notation and Representation, with a strong focus on computer tools and applications as well as a tight connection to music creation. “Technology” in the conference name refers to any means that may contribute to the notation, representation and/or visualisation of music and sound, for purposes that may include (but are not limited to) music composition, performance, representation, transcription, analysis and pedagogy.
Gonzalo Romero-García presented an algorithm for transcribing music performance and showed a teaser for a Graphical User Interface (GUI). This algorithm was designed for transcribing heart beats and was developed during his internship in the COSMOS project. Read the full paper here.
Romero-García, G., Guichaoua, C., & Chew, E. (2022). A Model of Rhythm Transcription as Path Selection Through Approximate Common Divisor Graphs. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation, Marseille, France.
Daniel Bedoya presented the second iteration of the workshop “CosmoNote-enabled active listening and transcribing of expressive music structures”, during which attendees learned about the conception and design of the CosmoNote platform, and the visualisation features and markup tools incorporated in it. They also learned how to actively listen for the musical structures that arise from the decisions and actions of a performer, see how these structures correlate with music and audio features shown visually on the interface, and how to mark them interactively in CosmoNote. The asynchronous content for the workshop can be found here.