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SymCHM - the compositional hierarchical model for symbolic music representations

[Published paper] SymCHM—An Unsupervised Approach for Pattern Discovery in Symbolic Music with a Compositional Hierarchical Model


We are thrilled that a new paper on the Compositional Hierarchical Model has just been published. The paper describes a modified version of the model, SymCHM, capable of working with symbolic music representations. The paper describes the work done during the last year of the model development for the pattern discovery task. The paper publicly available here: http://www.mdpi.com/2076-3417/7/11/1135 We are also…

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[Published paper] A different white-box deep architecture? Is it possible?


I recently published a paper more thoroughly explaining what I have been developing as a part of my PhD research at the Laboratory for Computer Graphics and Multimedia, Faculty of Computer and Information Science. The paper describes an alternative deep architecture. Those of you who are involved in recent machine learning research probably know neural-network-based deep architectures, which recently gained…

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Friction Drum - Lončeni Bas

MusicTechFest – Friction Drum


On Saturday Karmen and Miha presented the electric version of the Friction Drum instrument (a folk instrument well known in Slovenija, as well as other parts of the world) at Music Tech Fest in Ljubljana. The presentation was awesome, as well as the demo of them playing. I managed to make a few pics with my mobile phone (thus, the quality) and a…

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MusicTechFest – Compositional hierarchical model


Today, Manca, Luka and I presented the Compositional hierarchical model at the Music of Science session at Music Tech Fest in Ljubljana. As a part of his undergraduate degree, Luka built an awesome transcription editor which uses the CHM as classifier. It will probably never reach version 1.0 since the “ideas” stack grows exponentially. However, we are planning on providing a freeware…

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