Day 2, R0 10:50–11:35
What would it be if the computer could accompany human automatically?
Automatic accompaniment is a research topic which is proposed 35 years ago. Nowadays, this is still a very attractive topic. e.g. a musician plays the main melody of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"; the computer performs the accompaniment part adapt for the musician's tempo. That is to say, the system must be able to "listen to" musician in real-time.
In this talk, I will share the topic background, problem definition, the approaches I tried, and show the accompaniment result with a performer.
As an entry-level session, everyone is welcome to attend. It will be better if you are interested in music tech.
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Speaker: 范斯越 Szu-Yueh Fan
Szu-Yueh pursues theory and engineering balanced lifestyle.
He embraces complexity and uncertainty that is why he likes the probabilistic model more than the deterministic model. He loves to be a creator that is why the generative model is more interesting to him than the discriminative model.
Amateur book translator, tech+music enthusiast, cellist.