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Jason Hockman: "Adaptive temporal transformations of audio"

Jason Hockman is a Doctoral student in the Music Technology Area of the Schulich School of Music, McGill University.

  • Music Technology Student Colloquium
When Oct 20, 2009
from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
Where New Music Building, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, A512 (in the library - entrance on 3rd floor)
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This talk will present two methods for the adaptive transformation of audio in both real-time and offline systems. There has been an increased need for techniques that may be used to seamlessly adjust audio from its recorded state, such that it matches another source signal. This demand has been fueled either directly or indirectly by the surge in portable music players (with on-board processors) available on the market, increased home-based music production software accessibility, and more recently from interest in the video game industry. The methods discussed in this talk will cover recent developments in this area  (e.g., audio manipulation based on cardiovascular activity, and rhythm-morphing methods that manipulate input audio by the rhythmic characteristics of a second input), as well as future prospects in this field.

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