Music/Signal Processing at the University of Tokyo, by Shigeki Sagayama

Friday, september the 9th, at 11 am
Télécom ParisTech (Dareau)
Room: DA-006
Author: Pr. Shigeki Sagayama, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, The University of Tokyo

Abstract:
Selected topics from multi-pitch analysis and source separation/modification of music signals based on GMM and NMF, key/tempo modification, chord detection, key identification, score following, genre/mood classification, rhythm recognition, vocal cancelation (producing a “Karaoke”), automatic accompaniment, automatic music composition, arrangement, fingering decision and other topics will be addressed in this talk. In the past decade, music signal and information processing has made a significant progress with probabilistic modeling and machine-learning algorithms such as hidden Markov model (HMM), Gaussian mixture model (GMM), non-negative matrix factorization (NMF) and conditional random field (CRF). A short introduction to the university of Tokyo will be also presented.

Short CV:
Shigeki Sagayama is a professor at the University of Tokyo, Japan. After working long in speech recognition area at NTT and ATR Laboratories since 1974, he started his research on music signal and information processing in 1998 and now is the author or coauthor of 200 technical papers on music processing in addition to more than 500 papers in other areas. He is a fellow of IEICEJ and Chair, IEEE SPS Japan Chapter.

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