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2014-02-14 17:30 Mini-projects networking meeting

By Richard Lewis

On Wednesday we held our networking meeting for those who have expressed an interest in applying for one of the Transforming Musicology mini-projects. It was hosted at the Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts (part of the University of Lancaster) by Alan Marsden, a co-investigator on the project and responsible for the mini-projects component. As well as Alan, Tim Crawford, Christophe Rhodes, Kevin Page, Ben Fields, and I were all present representing the project team.

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2013-10-31 16:00 Collaborating with PRAISE project

By Richard Lewis

While discussing the social music analysis widget idea, Christophe Rhodes suggested talking to another research project which is currently underway with Goldsmiths as the lead technical partner, PRAISE (Practice and peRformance Analysis Inspiring Social Education).

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2013-10-18 15:00 Social Music Analysis Widget

By Richard Lewis

The Transforming Musicology project includes three musicological work packages intended as case studies to demonstrate how music information retrieval and related technologies may be applied in musicological research. These are complemented by four technical work packages in which an infrastructure for supporting computational musicology will be developed drawing on a lot of existing technology.

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2013-10-15 11:00 Starting Up

By Richard Lewis

The Transforming Musicology project officially started on 1 October.

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