Live

Broadcast Schedule on 1st September 2017 (All times are British Summer Time [UTC+1])

10.00am
Keynote: Emmanouil Benetos (Queen Mary, University of London): ‘Music informatics & computational musicology: A case study in automatic music transcription’

11.15am
Ross Purves (De Montfort University, Leicester): ‘Geospatial analysis techniques and digital mapping for music research’

1.30pm

Mark Gotham (University of Cambridge) and Michael Scott Cuthbert (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): ‘Species or Spacious?: On the “Rules” of Intervals and Range in Early Music (1300-1600)’

2.00pm

Andreas Katsiavalos (De Montfort University, Leicester): ‘Challenges and approaches in the development of computational systems for the identification of musical schemata’

3.00pm
Gonzalo Parrilla Gallego (University of Cordoba, Spain): ‘Music and animation path through The Legend of Zelda saga’

4.00pm
Stephen Rose (Royal Holloway, University of London): ‘Big Data for Historical Musicology: Potential and Pitfalls’