Organized by The CrestMuse Project, Fundation of Technology Supporting the Creation of Digital Media Contents, Japan Science and Technology Agency
CrestMuse Workshop 2009 is successfully over.
We had 86 participants from 11 countries.
Thank you all for your participation!
Welecome to CrestMuse Workshop 2009
The CrestMuse Project is the biggest national music research project in Japan. To establish novel environments that enable various people ranging from amature to professional musicians to comfortably create music, we are engaged in the development of techniques for manuplating existing musical content based on computing technologies including signal processing and machine learning. In 2006 and 2008, we successfully held domestic symposia and introduced our research results. This year, we would like to hold the first international workshop to introduce our latest research results to worldwide researchers including ISMIR participants. In addition to oral presentations by the leaders of the five sub-groups, we will prepare demonstrations of our music manipulation techniques, some of which can be experienced by participants themselves. We hope that you enjoy them and feel wide potential of our music manipulation techniques.
For further details of the CrestMuse Project, see http://www.crestmuse.jp/index-e.html and Videos in Youtube.
For details of the last year's CrestMuse Symposium, see http://www.crestmuse.jp/sympo2008/.
Kyodai Kaikan is located in Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan, and is within a walking distance (about 7 min) from Jingu-Marutamachi Station of Keihan Line.
Recommended route from Kobe Convention Center (ISMIR Venue):
OrganizersHaruhiro Katayose, Kwansei Gakuin University
Tetsuro Kitahara, Kwansei Gakuin University
Katsutoshi Itoyama (Local Arrangement), Kyoto University
Toshie Matsui (Web Design), Kyoto City University of Arts
ContactIf you have a question, feel free to send e-mails to the following address.
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