Posted by ich on March 20th, 2015
The subtitle of the workshop held today was Revisiting the collaborative process between music researchers and computer programmers. The workshop opened with a remark by CIRMMT Distinguished Lecturer Frans Wiering. Four papers were presented by SIMSSA members: Laura Risk and Lillio Mok, The fingerprint algorithm: Detecting and quantifying similarity in fiddle tunes (see below for more details); Jon Wild and Andie Sigler: Towards automated stylistic fingerprinting of Renaissance polyphony using dissonance-treatment schemata; Alex Morgan, Interval succession analysis, dissonance treatment, and transparency in Renaissance treatises and tepertoire; René Rusch and Ryan Bannon, Music analysis as a workflow? An automated approach to studying voice leading in the Bach chorales.