Tag Archives : music information retrieval

Moodo data fusion model

[Published paper] The Moodo dataset: Integrating user context with emotional and color perception of music for affective music information retrieval


My colleagues and I have recently published a new scientific paper which presents the Moodo dataset and performs a detailed analysis of the multimodal data. The dataset includes user background data along with music preferences and music knowhow. In an attempt to show the future development of the recommender systems in general, we have applied a data fusion model which models…

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Moodo Visualization

Moodo dataset – Mood, Colors and Music in Music Information Retrieval (2013 – today)


Since 2013, I have also been involved in a study trying to determine whether there is a distinctive interrelationship between user’s mood, their perception of colors and their influence on the perception of music, especially in terms of the perceived and induced emotions. We published several conference papers including a paper at ISMIR 2014. Along with the study, we gathered a significant…

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Compositional hierarchical model

[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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LGM Website

Laboratory for computer graphics and multimedia has a new website


We are proud to present a new website of our beloved Laboratory. Visit the website! 🙂 Although we all loved (the status quo of) our previous website, it’s been the same for almost 10 years. The new website (found at http://musiclab.si and http://lgm.fri.uni-lj.si) is now finally up-to-date with our newest projects, publications and research interests. You’re welcome to visit, if not for…

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Oblačna rešitev ReverSing

ReverSing – zmagovalni študentski projekt – Dnevi Slovenske Informatike 2016


Na Dnevih Slovenske Informatike sva z Luko Zakrajškom predstavljala študentski projekt ReverSing, ki je spletna rešitev za transkripcijo glasbe. Z veseljem sporočava, da bo ReverSing v naslednjih tednih prešel v javno beta fazo. Za tiste, ki vas rešitev zanima, sledi daljši opis projekta, ki je v obliki letaka na voljo tudi tukaj: ReverSing opis projekta. Problem Glasbeniki, učitelji glasbe in glasbeni navdušenci…

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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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Music Tech Fest

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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