Elaine Chew is panelist and CosmoNote part of exhibition at ERC Annual Event: Citizen Science and Frontier Research
New collage music added to Stolen Rhythms for Global Atrial Fibrillation Aware Week. CosmoNote tools can annotate ECGs too!
Elaine Chew speaks on Music & the Heart: A Math-Tech Perspective, RNCM Sir John Manduell Research Forum hosted by PRiSM Director Emily Howard
Mobile Music Lab offers users real-time tempo control of contemporary music, while wearable heart and brain sensors capture physiological effects.
Poignant recording of Arrhythmia Suite I made soon after EnPRO arrived at IRCAM, just before COVID lockdown in March 2020.
On Musical Hearts and Heart Music was the closing keynote at DAFx20in22 which took place 6-10 September 2022 at the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna) in Austria. The official DaFx 2020 website includes links to the content of DAFx2020 – DAFx2021 – eDAFx2020 – DAFx20in21 – […]
Join us online at noon on Wednesday, November 24 for three short talks by postdoctoral researchers Emma Frid, Emily Graber, and Corentin Guichaoua. https://youtu.be/6kUxa8g_SLU
Elaine Chew gives a keynote (in English) at this year’s Journée Science et Musique. Videos of presentations now on JSM YouTube channel
Daniel Bedoya shows CosmoNote and its use to create a vocabulary and representations for music prosody at the Intl Symp on Performance Science
Emma Frid recently participated as Project Guide for the Women in Music Information Retrieval Workshop (WiMIR) 2021