Music and Audio Computing Lab

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Our research focuses on exploring computational methods to analyze or synthesize sounds with applications to various musical contexts including music listening, performance, composition, production, education and entertainment. We are particularly interested in developing "musically intelligent machines" that understand sounds, represent the meanings in a human-friendly manner, and generate new musical content.


Recent News

  • [May-17-2018] We invite Dr. Masataka Goto (AIST, Japan) to the SymCT program of CTScape2018. He gives a talk on "Intelligent Music Interface".
  • [Feb-12-2018] We invite Prof. Vesa Välimäki (Aalto Univerisy, Finland) to our lab. He gives a talk on "Artificial Reverberation and Audio Equalization".
  • [Jan-30-2018] Two papers are accepted in ICASSP2018.
  • [Jan-17-2018] Jongpil's journal paper, "SampleCNN: End-to-End Deep Convolutional Neural Networks Using Very Small Filters for Music Classification" is accepted in the special issue "Sound and Music Computing" of Applied Sciences.
  • [Oct-01-2017] We receive a 3-year grant from the Samsung Research Funding for our project titled "Synthesis of Emotionally Expressive Music Performance Using Machine Learning". We will collaboarate with Jonghwa Park , professor at SNU and renown concert pianist [press].
  • [Jul-01-2017] We conduct an industry research project with NAVER on the topic of content-based music recommendation.