Synthesis: Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Computational Music Research

Conference/Symposium | September 28 | 9 a.m.-6 p.m. |  CNMAT (1750 Arch St.)

 Claire Arthur, Georgia Tech; Carmine Cella, UC Berkeley; Kevin Dahan, De Montfort University; Elena Georgieva, Stanford CCRMA; Jon Gillick, UC Berkeley; Melanie Hamaguchi, UC Berkeley; Justin Salamon, Adobe Research; Leslie Tilley, MIT

 UC Berkeley Center for New Music and Audio Technology (CNMAT)

The deluge of computational techniques developed over the last decade has had a transformative impact in all areas of academic and industrial research. The goal of this conference is to explore potential applications for the integration of these techniques into interdisciplinary music research. This year’s theme, synthesis, emphasizes interdisciplinary collaboration, bringing together scholars with interests in music studies and computational methods. It encourages music researchers and computer scientists to initiate dialogue that will provide radical new insights into the most pressing questions across disciplines.

Space is limited to 40 participants, so advance RSVP is required. To sign up and for more information, check out the website: