Intelligent Music Software

Robert M. Keller
Thursday, February 23, 2012
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
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Dr. Robert M. Keller will survey the expanding space of music software, motivating the uses of such software and giving particular attention to cases having attributes that could be called “intelligent”. After demonstrating a few examples, he will describe work conducted at Harvey Mudd College on the Intelligent Music Software project, which includes Impro-Visor, an open-source project designed to help jazz musicians improve their improvisation skills. Dr. Keller will include a demonstration of how a computer can learn grammars capable of generating jazz melodies, as well as other nuances.

All students are welcome to attend. RSVP by e-mailing your request to no later than February 15th.

The event is sponsored by CGU SISAT & IEEE Foothill Section.

For more info please contact: César A. Vásquez-Carrera
IEEE Foothill Section Computer Society Chapter Chair 2011 & 2012
IEEE Los Angeles Council Secretary 2012
Phone: +1-424-261-2282
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