Explore the development and analysis of practical and automatic methods for making accessible information contained in abstract formats of music, such as symbolic (sheet music), or digital audio samples (MP3), i.e., all the information that currently requires experienced human to extract. These include various tasks in which one can analyze music signals for, e.g., inferring or identifying the artist and song playing in a noisy environment like a pub (c.f. Shazam), organizing a music collection by genres (e.g., blues and/or hip hop), mood (e.g., restful or excited), or use (e.g., relaxation or exercise), determining the instruments playing in a recording (e.g., guitar and gong), the recording type (e.g., live or studio), (un)recommending music (e.g., “if you like Gustav Winckler, then you will not like L.O.C.”), creating playlists (e.g., “suggest a mix of songs from my collection for my new girlfriend”), composing new music (e.g., “mash together this Gustav Winckler song and that L.O.C. song”), automatic mastering (e.g., “what changes do I need to make to my song to make it more Pop-sounding?”), and so on.
Students who complete the module will gain knowledge as follows:
Students who complete the module will gain skills as follows:
Students who complete the module will gain competences as follows:
Academically supervised student-governed problem oriented project work.
|Name of exam||Music Information Research|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a projectIn accordance with the current Framework Provisions and directions on examination from the Study Board for Media Technology:
Oral examination with external censor based on a written project report and a media-technological product plus an A/V production that illustrates and summarizes the project.
The assessment is performed in accordance with the 7-point grading scale.
With certain aids:Please see Semester Description.
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria for the evaluation are specified in the Framework Provisions.|
|Danish title||Informationsøgning i musik|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Copenhagen, Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Media Technology|
|Department||Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology|
|Faculty||Technical Faculty of IT and Design|