More Publications

2014

  • Lerch, A., Music Information Retrieval; In Weinzierl, S. (ed.), Handbuch der Systematischen Musikwissenschaft (vol 5), Laaber, 2014
  • Bretan, M., Hoffman, G., Weinberg, G. (2014). “Emotionally Expressive Dynamic Physical Behaviors in Robots” In International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. (In Review)
  • Clark, J., Bretan, M., Weinberg, G. (2014). “Query By Dance,” Submitted to the Proceedings of the International Conference on Multimedia and Human-Robot Interaction (MHCI 2014), London, UK. (Submitted)
  • Bretan, M., Weinberg, G. “Chronicles of a Robotic Musical Companion,” submitted to Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2014), London, UK, 2014.
  • Freeman, J., Magerko, B., McKlin, T., Reilly, M., Permar, J., Summers, C., Fruchter, E. (2014) “Engaging Underrepresented Groups in High School Introductory Computing through Computational Remixing with EarSketch,” in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Coler, H. v.; Lerch, A., CMMSD: A Data Set for Note-Level Segmentation of Monophonic Music, Proceedings of the AES 53rd International Conference on Semantic Audio, London, UK, January, 2014

2013

  • Kraft, S.; Lerch, A., The Tonalness Spectrum: Feature-Based Estimation of Tonal Components, Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx), Maynooth, Ireland, September 2-5, 2013
  • Magerko, B., Freeman, J., McKlin, T., McCoid, S., Jenkins, T., and Livingston, E. (2013). “Tackling Engagement in Computing with Computational Music Remixing,” in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Denver, Colorado.
  • Lee,S., and Freeman,J. "Echobo: A Mobile Music Instrument Designed for Audience to Play," in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference (NIME 2013), Seoul, Korea.
  • Lee,S.,and Freeman,J. (2013). "Real-time Music Notation in Mixed Laptop-Acoustic Ensembles," in Computer Music Journal (forthcoming).
  • Weitzner, N., Freeman, J., Chen, Y., and Garrett, S. (2013). “massMobile: Towards a Flexible Framework for Large-Scale Participatory Collaborations in Live Performances,” in Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, 18:1.
  • Lee, S., and Freeman., J. "echobo: A Mobile Music Instrument Designed for Audience to Play," in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2013), Seoul, Korea.
  • McCoid, S., Freeman, J., Magerko, B., Michaud, C., Jenkins, T., Mcklin, T., and Kan, H. (2013). “EarSketch: An Integrated Approach to Teaching Introductory Computer Music,” in Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, 18:2.
  • Cicconet, M., Bretan, M., and Weinberg, G. “Human-Robot Percussion Ensemble: Anticipation on the Basis of Visual Cues,” IEEE Robotics and Automation, Vol. 20:4. pp. 105-110, 2013.

2012

  • Lee, S., Srinivasamurthy, A., Tronel, G., Shen, W. (2012). “Tok!: A Collaborative Acoustic Instrument using Mobile Phones,” in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2012), Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Subramanian, S., Freeman, J., and McCoid, S. (2012). “LOLbot: Machine Musicianship in Laptop Ensembles,” in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2012), Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Lerch, A., An Introduction to Audio Content Analysis: Applications in Signal Processing and Music Informatics; Wiley-IEEE Press, Hoboken, 2012, ISBN: 9781118266823
  • Bretan, M., Weinberg, G., and Freeman, J. "Sonification for the Art Installation Drawn Together," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Display, Atlanta, Georgia. (2012)
  • Freeman, J., DiSalvo, C., Nitsche, M., and Garrett, S. (2012). “Rediscovering the City with UrbanRemix,” in Leonardo, MIT Press, 45:5, pp. 478-479
  • Lee,S., Freeman,J., Colella,A., Yao,S., and Van Troyer,A. (2012). "Evaluating Collaborative Laptop Improvisation With LOLC," in Proceedings of the Symposium on Laptop Ensembles and Orchestras (SLEO2012), Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
  • Sun, S., Malikarjuna, T., Weinberg. G. “Effect of Visual Cues in Synchronization of Rhythmic Patterns,” International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC 2012), Thessaloniki, Greece, 2012.
  • Albin, A., Weinberg, G., Egerstedt, M. “Musical Abstractions in Distributed Multi-Robot Systems,” IROS, IEEE/Robotics Society of Japan International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems, Vilamoura, Portugal, 2012.
  • Weitzner, N., Freeman, J., Garrett, S., and Chen, Y. (2012). “massMobile – an Audience Participation Framework,” in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2012), Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Bretan, M., Cicconet, M., Nikolaidis, R., and Weinberg. "Developing and Composing for a Robotic Musician Using Different Modes of Interaction" In Proceedings of the 2012 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 12), Ljubljana, Slovenia. (2012)
  • Cicconet, M., Bretan, M., and Weinberg, G. "Visual cues-based anticipation for percussionist-robot interaction," In HRI 2012, 7th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Boston, Massachusetts. (2012)
  • Freeman, J. (2012). “Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology,” in The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, Oxford University Press.
  • Lee, S., Freeman, J., and Colella, A. (2012). “Real-Time Music Notation, Collaborative Improvisation, and Laptop Ensembles,” in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2012), Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Nikolaidis, R., Weinberg G. Generative Musical Tension Modeling and its Application in Dynamic Sonification, Computer Music Journal, Vol. 36:1. pp. 55-64, 2012.

2011

  • Ness, S. R.; Lerch, A.; Tzanetakis, G., Strategies for Orca Call Retrieval to Support Collaborative Annotation of a Large Archive; IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP 2011), Hangzhou, China, October 17–19, 2011
  • Hoffman, G., Weinberg G. “Interactive Improvisation with a Robotic Marimba Player,” journal Autonomous Robots, Vol. 31, pp. 133-15, Springer Press. (2011)
  • Lerch, A., Software-gestuetzte Merkmalsextraktion für die musikalische Auffuehrungsanalyse; In: Loesch, H. von; Weinzierl, S. (eds.): Gemessene Interpretation - Computergestuetzte Auffuehrungsanalyse im Kreuzverhoer der Disziplinen, Schott Mainz, 2011, pp. 205-212, ISBN: 978-3795707712
  • Weinberg G. (2011), “Gesture-based Human-Robot Jazz Improvisation” Extended Abstract in the Proceedings of the International Conference of Machine Learning (ICML 11), Seattle, USA.
  • Kirchhoff, H.; Lerch, A., Evaluation of Features for Audio-to-Audio Alignment; Journal of New Music Research, Vol.40 No.1, 2011, pp. 27-41, doi = 10.1080/09298215.2010.529917
  • Freeman, J., DiSalvo, C., Nitsche, M., and Garrett, S. (2011). “Soundscape Composition and Field Recording as a Platform for Collaborative Creativity” in Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, 16:3.
  • Ness, S. R.; Lerch, A.; Tzanetakis, G., Strategies for Orca Call Retrieval to Support Collaborative Annotation of a Large Archive; IEEE International Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing (MMSP 2011), Hangzhou, China, October 17–19, 2011
  • Hoffman, G., Weinberg G. (2011), “Interactive Improvisation with a Robotic Marimba Player” Journal Autonomous Robots, Vol. 31. Springer Press.
  • Lerch, A., Software-gestuetzte Merkmalsextraktion für die musikalische Auffuehrungsanalyse; In: Loesch, H. von; Weinzierl, S. (eds.): Gemessene Interpretation - Computergestuetzte Auffuehrungsanalyse im Kreuzverhoer der Disziplinen, Schott Mainz, 2011, pp. 205-212, ISBN: 978-3795707712
  • Weinberg G. (2011), “Gesture-based Human-Robot Jazz Improvisation” Extended Abstract in the Proceedings of the International Conference of Machine Learning (ICML 11), Seattle, USA.
  • Kirchhoff, H.; Lerch, A., Evaluation of Features for Audio-to-Audio Alignment; Journal of New Music Research, Vol.40 No.1, 2011, pp. 27-41, doi = 10.1080/09298215.2010.529917
  • Freeman, J., DiSalvo, C., Nitsche, M., and Garrett, S. (2011). “Soundscape Composition and Field Recording as a Platform for Collaborative Creativity” in Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, 16:3.
  • S. Şentürk and P. Chordia. “Modeling Melodic Improvisation in Turkish Folk Music Using Variable-length Markov Models” in Proceedings of International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, pp. 269-274, 2011.
  • Freeman, J. and Van Troyer, A. (2011). “Collaborative Textual Improvisation in a Laptop Ensemble” in Computer Music Journal, MIT Press, 35:2, pp. 8-21.
  • Albin, A., Senturk, S. Van Troyer, A., Blosser, B., Jan. O, Weinberg. G. “Beatscape, a mixed virtual-physical environment for musical ensembles,” International Conference on New Instruments for Music Expression (NIME2011), Oslo, Finland, May 30-June 1, 2011.

2010

  • Hoffman, G. and Weinberg, G. “Gesture-based Human-Robot Jazz Improvisation,” in Proceedings of the 2010 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 10), Anchorage, AK. (2010)
  • Huang, K., Starner, T., Do, E., Weinberg, G., Kohlsdorf, D, Ahlrichs, C. and Leibrandt, R. “Mobile Music Touch: Mobile Tactile Stimulation For Passive Learning” in Proceedings of International ACM Computer Human Interaction Conference (CHI 10), Atlanta, GA.
  • Alex Rae and Parag Chordia. “Tabla Gyan: An Artificial Tabla Improviser” In Proc. of the First International Conference on Computational Creativity (icccx), 2010.
  • Aida Austin, Elliot Moore, Parag Chordia and Udit Gupta. “Characterization of Movie Genre Based on Music Score” In Proc. of the 35th IEEE Conference of Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 2010.
  • Assaf Talmudi, Aaron Albin and Parag Chordia. “Can a robot get smarter by listening to itself? Musical memory as an extended auditory-neural-motor loop” In IROS workshop on Robots and Musical Expressions, 2010.
  • Parag Chordia, Avinash Sastry, Trishul Mallikarjuna and Aaron Albin. “Multiple viewpoints modeling of tablasequences” In Proceedings of International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 2010.
  • Parag Chordia, Avinash Sastry and Aaron Albin. “Evaluating multiple viewpoint models of tabla” In ACM Multimedia workshop of Music and Machine Learning, 2010.
  • J. Freeman and A. Colella. “Tools for Real-time Notation” Contemporary Music Review, 2010.
  • J. Freeman. “Web-based Collaboration, Live Musical Performance, and Open-form Scores” International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2010.
  • Hoffman, G., and Weinberg G. “Synchronization in Human-Robot Musicianship,” The 19th International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 10), Viarggio, Italy. (2010)
  • J. Freeman and M. Godfrey. “Creative Collaboration Between Audiences and Musicians in Flock” Digital Creativity, Vol. 20, No. 4, 2010.
  • Nikolaidis, R., and Weinberg G. “Playing with the Masters: A Model for Interaction Between Robots and Music Novices,” 19th International Symposium on Robotics in Music and Art (RO-MAN 10), Viarggio, Italy. (2010).
  • Weinberg, G., Nikolaidis, R., and Mallikurjuna, T. “A Survey of Recent Interactive Compositions for Shimon – The Perceptual and Improvisational Robotic Marimba Player,” the International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2010), Taipei, Taiwan. (2010).
  • J. Freeman. "Compose Your Own, Part 2" The New York Times Online, May 24, 2010.
  • J. Freeman. "Compose Your Own" The New York Times Online, April 23, 2010.
  • Huang, K., Starner, T., Do, E., Weinberg, G., Kohlsdorf, D, Ahlrichs, C. and Leibrandt, R. “Mobile Music Touch: Mobile Tactile Stimulation For Passive Learning,” International ACM Computer-Human Interaction Conference (CHI 10), Atlanta, GA. (2010).
  • Wiesener, C.; Flohrer, T.; Lerch, A.; Weinzierl, S., Adaptive Noise Reduction for Real-Time Applications; Proc. of the 128th AES Convention (Preprint #8048), London, UK, May 22-25, 2010
  • J. Freeman. "DIY Scores" Symphony: The Magazine of the League of American Orchestras, September/October 2010.
  • Weinberg, G., Godfrey, M., Beck, A. (2010) “ZOOZbeat – Mobile Music Recreation” in Extended AbstractsProceedings of International ACM Computer Human Interaction Conference (CHI 10), Atlanta, GA.
  • Hoffman, G., Weinberg, G. “Shimon: An Interactive Improvisational Robotic Marimba Player,” International ACM Computer-Human Interaction Conference (CHI 10), Atlanta, GA. (2010).

2009

  • Weinberg, G., Mallikarjuna, T., Ramen, A. “Interactive Jamming with Shimon: A Social Robotic Musician,” Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction, (HRI 2009) San Diego, CA, pp. 233-234. (2009)
  • Freeman, J. (2009, March 4). “Giving Your GWT Application a Voice” in Google Web Toolkit Blog (official Google developer blog). Available from http://googlewebtoolkit.blogspot.com/2009/03/giving-your-gwt-application-voice.html.
  • Parag Chordia, Jagadeeswaran Jayaprakash and Alex Rae. “Automatic Carnatic Raag Classification” Journal of the Sangeet Research Academy (Ninaad), 2009.
  • Parag Chordia and Alex Rae. “Using source separation to improve tempo detection” In Proceedings of International Conference on Music Information Retrieval, 2009.
  • Parag Chordia and Brain Blosser. “What Makes Ragas Sad?” Abstract in In Proc. of the 2009 Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC), 2009.
  • Weinberg, G., Blosser B., Mallikarjuna, T., Ramen “Human-Robot Interactive Music in the Context of a Live Jam Session,” in the Proceedings of International Conference on New Instruments for Music Expression (NIME 09), Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 70-73. (2009)
  • Weinberg, G., Beck, A., Godfrey M. “ZooZBeat: a Gesture-based Mobile Music Studio,” Proceedings of International Conference on New Instruments for Music Expression (NIME 09), Pittsburgh, PA. (2009)
  • Lerch, A.Software-Based Extraction of Objective Parameters from Music Performances; Grin Verlag, München, 2009, ISBN: 978-3640294961
  • Weinberg, G., Blosser B. “A Leader-Follower Turn-taking Model Incorporating Beat Detection in Musical Human-Robot Interaction” in the Proceedings of the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction, (HRI 2009) San Diego, CA. (2009)
  • Parag Chordia, Mark Godfrey, Alex Rae. “Extending Content-Based Recommendation: The Case of Indian Classical Music” In Proc. of the 8th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR).

2008

  • Weinberg, G. (2008) “Bluetaps – Transforming Cell Phones into Expressive and Gestural Musical Instruments” the Proceedings of International Conference on Intelligent Technologies for interactive entertainment (INTERTAIN 08), Cancun, Mexico.
  • Freeman, J. (2008). “Thoughts Around Terry Riley’s Chanting the Light of Foresight” in Open Space, 10, p. 143-149.
  • Weinberg, G. (2008) “The Beatbug – Evolution of a Musical Controller”, Digital Creativity, Taylor and Francis Press.
  • Weinberg G., Godfrey M., Rea, A., Rhodes, J. (2008) “A Real-Time Genetic Algorithm In Human-Robot Musical Improvisation”, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Press.
  • Weinberg, G. (2008) “Extending the Musical Experience – From the Digital to the Physical and Back”, in Seifert W., Hyun Kim J. and Moore A. (Eds.) Paradoxes of Interactivity – Perspectives for Media Theory, Human-Computer Interaction, and Artistic Investigations. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag Press.
  • Weinberg, G. “The Music Box”, in Turkle S. (Ed.) Objects in Mind: Falling for Science, Technology and Design. Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
  • Freeman, J. “Graph Theory: Linking Online Musical Exploration to Concert Hall Performance” Leonardo 41/1, 2008.
  • Freeman, J. “Glimmer: Creating New Connections” Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and the New Screen. Communications in Computer and Communication Science. Springer, 2008.
  • J. Freeman. “Technology, Real-time Notation, and Audience Participation in Flock” Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (Belfast), 2008.
  • Freeman, J. “Extreme Sight-Reading, Mediated Expression, and Audience Participation: Real-Time Music Notation in Live Performance” Computer Music Journal Vol. 32, No. 3, 2008.
  • Freeman, J. “Collaborative Creation, Live Performance, and Flock” Leonardo Music Journal Vol. 18, 2008.
  • Parag Chordia, Alex Rae. “A large-scale survey of emotion in raag music” In Proceedings of International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition, 2008.
  • Freeman, J. “Graph Theory: Linking Online Musical Exploration to Concert Hall Performance” Leonardo 41/1, 2008.
  • Freeman, J. “Glimmer: Creating New Connections” Transdisciplinary Digital Art: Sound, Vision and the New Screen. Communications in Computer and Communication Science. Springer, 2008.
  • J. Freeman. “Technology, Real-time Notation, and Audience Participation in Flock” Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (Belfast), 2008.
  • Freeman, J. “Extreme Sight-Reading, Mediated Expression, and Audience Participation: Real-Time Music Notation in Live Performance” Computer Music Journal Vol. 32, No. 3, 2008.

2007

  • Freeman, J. “Graph Theory: Linking Online Musical Creativity to Concert Hall Performance” Proceedings of the 6th ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference (Washington, DC), 2007.
  • Chordia, P. "A System for the Analysis and Representation of Bandishes and Gats Using Humdrum Syntax" In Proc. of the 2007 Frontiers of Research in Speech and Music Conference (FRSM 2007).
  • Chordia, P., Rae, A. “Relating Judgments of Dissonance to Sensory Consonance in the Context of Indian Classical Music” Abstract In Proc. of the 2007 Society for Music Perception and Cognition (SMPC).
  • Chordia, P., Rae, A. “Understanding Emotion in Raag: An Empirical Survey of Listener Responses” In Proc. of the 2007 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC).
  • Chordia, P., Rae, A. “Automatic Raag Classification Using Pitch-class and Pitch-class Dyad Distributions” InProc. of the 7th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR).
  • Chordia, P., Rae, A. “Modeling and Visualizing Tonality in N. Indian Classical Music” In Proc. of the 2007 Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation (NIPS). (submitted)
  • Weinberg G., Driscoll, S. (2007) “The Interactive Robotic Percussionist: New Developments In Form, Mechanics, Perception And Interaction Design”, Proceeding of the ACM/IEEE international conference on Human-robot interaction (HRI 2007), Arlington, VA. pp. 97-104.
  • Weinberg, G., Driscoll S. (2007) “Introducing Pitch, Melody and Harmony into Robotic Musicianship”, Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME 2007), New York City, NY, pp. 228-233.
  • Weinberg, G. “The Design of a Perceptual and Improvisational Robotic Marimba Player”, Proceedings of IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive Communication (RO-MAN 2007), Jeju, Korea, pp. 132-137.
  • Weinberg, G., Driscoll S. “The Robotic Percussionist – Bringing Interactive Computer Music into the Physical World”, in Sick. A. and Lishca C. (Eds.) Machines as Agency – Artistic perspectives. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag Press, pp. 66-82.
  • Weinberg, G., Godfrey, M., Rae, A., Rhodes, J. “A Real-Time Genetic Algorithm in Human-Robot Musical Improvisation”, Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2007), Copenhagen, Denmark,pp. 192-195.
  • Weinberg, G. (2007) “Musical Interactions Between Humans and Machines” in Sarkar N. (Ed.) Human-Robot Interaction. Vienna Austria: Ars Press. pp. 423-444.
  • Freeman, J. “Composer, Performer, Listener” In Komponieren in der Gegenwart: Texte der 42. InternationalenFerienkurse für Neue Musik 2004.ed. Jörn Peter Hiekel. Saarbrücken, Germany: Pfau Verlag, 2007.
  • Freeman, J., Cerar, M. “Graph Theory and the Virtual Composer Residency Project” Proceedings of the Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Art (Minneapolis), 2007.
  • Freeman, J. “Graph Theory: Interfacing Audiences Into the Composition Process” Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (New York), 2007.
  • Chordia, P. "Automatic transcription of solo tabla music". Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.
  • Chordia, P. “Automatic transcription and representation of solo tabla music” Computing in Musicology. Vol. 13.

2006

  • Chordia, P. “Automatic raag classification of pitch-tracked performances using pitch-class and pitch-class dyad distributions” In Proc. of the 2006 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2006), New Orleans, LA.
  • Weinberg G., Driscoll S. “Robot-Human Interaction with an Anthropomorphic Percussionist” Proceedings of International ACM Computer Human Interaction Conference (CHI 2006). Montréal, Canada, pp. 1229 – 1232
  • Weinberg G., Thatcher T. “Interactive Sonification of Neural Activity” Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME 2006), Paris, France
  • Weinberg G., Driscoll, S., Thatcher T. “Jam ’aa – A Percussion Ensemble for Human and Robotic Players” ACM International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques (SIGGRAPH 2006), Boston, MA.
  • Weinberg G., Freema, J., Chordia P., Clark F., Moore C., Driscoll S., and Thatcher T. “Georgia Tech Music Technology Group – Studio Report” Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2006), New Orleans, LA
  • Weinberg G., Thatcher T. “Interactive Sonification: Aesthetics, Functionality and Performance” Leonardo Music Journal 16, MIT Press.
  • Weinberg G., Driscoll S. “Towards Robotic Musicianship” Computer Music Journal 30:4, MIT Press, pp. 28-45
  • Thatcher T., Jimison D., Goetzinger J. “Sequencer404: A Networked Telephonic Composer” Mobile Music Workshop 2006. Brighton, UK.
  • Thatcher T., Jimison D., Goetzinger J., Freeman J., Weinberg G. “Mobile Networked Music Demonstration:Sequencer404″ Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2006), New Orleans, LA.
  • Freeman, J. “Glimmer: Creating New Connections” Digital Art Weeks (Zurich), 2006.
  • Freeman, J. “Fast Generation of Audio Signatures to Describe iTunes Libraries” Journal of New Music Research, Vol. 35, No. 1, 2006.
  • Chordia P. “Segmentation and recognition of tabla strokes” In Proc. of the 6th International Conference on Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR), pages 107-114.