Late-breaking/Demo (LBD)

The Late-breaking/Demo (LBD) session is a forum for sharing prototype systems, initial concepts, and early results which may have not yet fully matured but are of interest to the Music-IR community. It is also a great entry point for people who are new to ISMIR to showcase their preliminary work and receive early feedback from fellow researchers. Attendees of the LBD can interact with demos or discuss their thoughts on the latest developments in the field.

Hybrid Conference

Similar to the main paper track, this year’s LBD will be held in a hybrid format, i.e., physical and remote. There will be two back-to-back sessions:

  1. Physical session: Dec 8, 2022 (Thu), 3.30 pm - 5.30 pm
  2. Virtual session: Dec 8, 2022 (Thu), 5.30 pm - 7.00 pm

Instructions to participants/attendees

Each LBD extended abstract will have a dedicated slack channel on the virtual platform and will have the abstract and poster / video on MiniConf.Both in -person and remote attendees can ask asynchronous questions to remote or in -person presenters via the slack channel.

  1. Physical session: The LBD posters by in-person attendees will be presented during this session at the venue. Virtual presenters can choose to remain online to interact with any interested participants.
  2. Remote session: Remote presenters can use the huddle feature on each LBD extended abstract slack channel to present their LBD posters on a video call. (Huddle supports up to 50 simultaneous participants).

Open Session

This year’s local LBD session is also an open session for students and independent researchers of the local community. The session will enable participants to attend the late-breaking/demo session of the conference and interact with students, experts and senior members of the ISMIR research community. This open session is a free registration event.

Accepted LBD submissions are below. More submissions to be added soon!

Hit Song Prediction for Indian Popular Music
Shreya Kale, Makarand Velankar, Rameshwari Joshi, Vaishnavi Ingole, Aparna Dhaygude
Audio Augmentations for Semi-Supervised Learning with FixMatch
Sascha Grollmisch, Estefanía Cano, Jakob Abeßer
libf0: A Python Library for Fundamental Frequency Estimation
Sebastian Rosenzweig, Simon J Schwär, Meinard Müller
Genre Classification and Analysis of Marathi Songs
Shreyas M Nadkarni, Preeti Rao
Towards Singer-independent Raga Classification from Audiovisual Recordings
Adbhut V Bhardwaj, Sujoy Roychowdhury, Preeti Rao
EGFxSet: Electric Guitar Tones Processed Through Real Effects of Distortion, Modulation, Delay and Reverb
Hegel Emmanuel Pedroza, Gerardo Meza, Iran R Roman
Generating Melodies with Controllable Similarity and Length in ABC Notation
Shangda Wu, Yuanliang Dong, Maosong Sun
Improving tokenization expressiveness with pitch intervals
Louis Bigo, Mikaela Keller
Visualizing Chord Recognition Performance
Christopher Liscio, Dan Brown
Towards modeling alternating patterns through inter-notes relations
Perrine Vantalon, Mathieu Giraud, Richard Groult, Thierry Lecroq
Exploring Popularity Bias in Music Steaming Services
Douglas Turnbull, Vera Crabtree, Sean McQuillan
Decoding and Visualising Intended Emotion in an Expressive Piano Performance
Shreyan Chowdhury, Gerhard Widmer
CCVS: A dataset for concert videography research
Hsin-Min Chou, Ting-Wei Lin, Jen-Chun Lin, Ching Te Chiu, Li Su
Augmented Reality Visualization for Musical Instrument Learning
Frank Heyen, Michael Sedlmair
AudioLoader: a hassle-free Pytorch audio dataset loader
Kin Wai Cheuk, Kwan Yee Heung, Dorien Herremans
A Web-Based MIDI Controller for Music Live Coding
Frank Heyen, Michael Sedlmair
Gamaka Synthesis for Kalpitha Swaras in Carnatic music
Raghavasimhan Sankaranarayanan, Gil Weinberg
SSM-NET: Feature Learning for Music Structure Analysis Using a Self-similarity-matrix Based Loss
Geoffroy Peeters, Florian Angulo
Differentiating the Pitch Bend Function Between the Sitar as a Real and Virtual Instrument
Suhit Chiruthapudi
Improvisation of tabla the indian percussion using fibre
Retnasree Iyer
On the Typicality of Music
Mathais Rose Bjare, Stefan Lattner
Towards a machine-learning approach to analyse the emotional impact of source localization in music
Eleonora De Filippi, Timothy Schmele, Arijit Nandi
Raffaella Folgieri, Enrico Daga, Claudio Lucchiari, Paul Arnold
Rapidly Predicting Music Artistic Expression Preference From Heart Rate and Respiration Rate
Shu Sakamoto, Vincent Cheung, Shinichi Furuya
MuSFA: Improving Music Structural Function Analysis with Partially Labeled Data
Ju-Chiang Wang, Jordan B. L. Smith, Yun-Ning Hung
Audio Metaphor 2.0: An Improved System for Automatic Sound Design
Renaud Bougueng Tchemeube, Joshua Kranabetter, Craig Carpenter, Philippe Pasquier, Miles Thorogood
Calliope: An Online Interface for Generative Music Co-Creation
Renaud Bougueng Tchemeube, Jeffrey Ens, Cale Plut, Philippe Pasquier
Western Music Notation for Java: A library for music notation on the JVM
Otso Björklund
A Multimodal Approach to Acoustic Guitar Strumming Action Transcription
Sebastian Murgul, Michael Heizmann
Midi-Draw: Sketching To Control Melody Generation
Tashi Namgyal
AI-driven, mobile-first web UI for controllable expressive piano performance composition
Théis Bazin, Gaëtan Hadjeres, Mikhail Malt AI-powered music creation
António Ramires, Siddharth Bhardwaj
Facets: A Tool For Management And Navigation Of Symbolic Music Collections
Tiange Zhu, Raphael Fournier-S'niehotta
Melody Slot Machine HD
Masatoshi Hamanaka
Assistive alignment of in-the-wild sheet music and performances
Michael Feffer, Chris Donahue, Zachary Lipton
Note level MIDI velocity estimation for piano performance
Hyon Kim, Marius Miron, Xavier Serra
Essentia API: a web API for music audio analysis
Albin Andrew Correya, Dmitry Bogdanov, Pablo Alonso-Jiménez, Xavier Serra
Differentiable WORLD Synthesizer-Based Neural Vocoder With Application To End-To-End Audio Style Transfer
Shahan Nercessian
Schmubert: A Symbolic Creative Harmonic Music Unmasking Bidirectional Encoder Representation Transformer
Matthias Plasser, Silvan Peter
Song Describer: a Platform for Collecting Textual Descriptions of Music Recordings
Ilaria Manco, Benno Weck, Philip Tovstogan, Minz Won, Dmitry Bogdanov
A Framework for Instrument Recognition Using Conditional Generative Adversarial Networks
Charis Cochran, Youngmoo Kim
Differentiable Acoustic Guitar Synthesis from Tablature
Andrew F Wiggins, Youngmoo Kim
A New Pianoroll With Relative Pitch Approach
Seonghyeon Go
Unsupervised Domain Adaptation For Sound Event Detection In Music Applications
Arkaprava Biswas, Akshay Raina, Vipul Arora
MAP-Music2Vec: A Simple and Effective Baseline for Self-Supervised Music Audio Representation Learning
Yizhi Li, Ruibin Yuan, Ge Zhang, Yinghao MA, Chenghua Lin, Xingran Chen, Anton Ragni, Hanzhi Yin, Zhijie Hu, Haoyu He, Emmanouil Benetos, Norbert Gyenge,Ruibo Liu, Jie Fu
CogXAI ANNalyzer: Cognitive Neuroscience Inspired Techniques for eXplainable AI
Maral Ebrahimzadeh, Valerie Krug, Sebastian Stober
A Family of Libraries for Working With Pitches and Intervals
Christoph Finkensiep, Robert Lieck, Martin A Rohrmeier
Audio Latent Space Cartography
Nicolas Jonason, Bob Sturm
DiscStitch: towards audio-to-audio alignment with robustness to playback speed variabilities
Joren Six
Neural Waveform Synthesis on a Low-Resource Embedded Device
Alexander Tipper

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