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2009-2010

September 2009 - August 2010

Event Jason Hockman: "Adaptive temporal transformations of audio" (New Music Building, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, A512 (in the library - entrance on 3rd floor), du 20/10/2009 12:30 au 20/10/2009 13:30)
Jason Hockman is a Doctoral student in the Music Technology Area of the Schulich School of Music, McGill University.
Event Johanna Devaney: Automatic Extraction of Performance Data from Recordings (New Music Building, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, A512 (in the library - entrance on 3rd floor, du 03/11/2009 12:30 au 03/11/2009 13:30)
Johanna Devaney is a Montreal-based composer/theorist. Her compositional interests are both electronic and acoustic, while her theoretical work is focused modeling performance practice. She is currently working on a PhD in the Department of Music Research at the Schulich School of Music, McGill University where she is currently studying with Ichiro Fujinaga.
Event Mark Zadel: Introduction and tutorial on LaTeX. (New Music Building, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, A512 (in the library - entrance on 3rd floor, du 10/11/2009 12:30 au 10/11/2009 13:30)
Mark Zadel is a PhD student in the Input Devices and Music Interaction Laboratory (IDMIL) and the Computational Acoustic Modeling Laboratory (CAML) at McGill University..
Event Aanchan Mohan: Tutorial on Matrix Factorization Algorithms for Source Separation (New Music Building, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, A512 (in the library - entrance on 3rd floor, du 17/11/2009 12:30 au 17/11/2009 13:30)
Aanchan Mohan is a PhD student in the Sound Processing and Control Laboratory at McGill University.
Event Joseph Thibodeau: Trumpet Augmentation Technology (du 24/11/2009 12:30 au 24/11/2009 13:30)
Joseph Thibodeau is a Masters student in the Interactive Devices and Music Interaction Laboratory at McGill University.
Event Fernando Falci de Souza: "Evolutive Processes for Granular Synthesis in Extended Gabor Spaces" (New Music Building, McGill University, 527 Sherbrooke St. West, A512 (in the library - entrance on 3rd floor, du 01/12/2009 12:30 au 01/12/2009 13:30)
Fernando Falci de Souza has Bachelor degrees in Computer Science (1997-2001) at the University of Sao Paulo, and Music: Popular Acoustic Bass (2003-2007) at Santa Marcelina Faculty. He is a Master degree candidate since 2008 and his research is concentrated on applications of Interative Genetic Algorithms to Granular Sound Synthesis.
Event Third session of the Music Perception and Cognition Student Colloquium series (BRAMS, 1430, boul. du Mont-Royal (Outremont), room 0-368 (also known as "The Classroom"), 4:30-6:00pm, du 11/02/2010 16:30 au 11/02/2010 18:00)
Patrick Bermudez will present some of his work on absolute pitch and Mikaela Miller will talk about perceptual issues concerning 12- and 31-tone equal temperament tuning systems. Each talk will last about 30 minutes and will be followed by a 15-minute question period.
Event Dr. Eliot Handelman: Recursively structured pattern, shape and motion asymmetries generate complex musical features (Room A512, New Music Building, Schulich School of Music, du 09/03/2010 12:30 au 09/03/2010 13:30)
 
Event Antoine Lefebvre: Methods for the Design of Woodwind Instruments (A512 (New Music Building), du 14/06/2010 13:00 au 14/06/2010 14:00)
Antoine Lefebvre is a PhD Candidate in the Computational Acoustic Modeling Laboratory (CAML) and the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Music Media and Technology (CIRMMT) at the Schulich School of Music of McGill University. His research focuses on the development of computer-aided methods for the design of woodwind instruments. He studied mechanical/aerospace engineering at the Montreal Polytechnic School and graduated with distinction after which he completed a masters degree in applied science in computer engineering, developing a system for the measurement of the acoustic impedance of wind instruments.
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