mikkI am currently a Lecturer in Digital Media at the Centre for Digital Music, School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London. Previously, I was an assistant and associate professor in the Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, Aalborg University Copenhagen. My research interests include digital signal processing for sound and music signals, machine listening, evaluation, and algorithmic composition. Here’s my google scholar page. Here’s my soundcloud page. Here’s my YouTube channel. Here’s my caricatures. I also waterpaint while I run.


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  2. Hello there. It seems you and me have had a nearly identical thought process regarding RNNs and large quantities of ABC files. I took a similar approach earlier this year, but restricted the training set to reels, and also included some of the other large databases (norbeck etc..). After a bit of tweaking I achieved some interesting results (along with a fair amount of rubbish). Here’s a friend of mine playing one RNN composition that took his fancy https://youtu.be/hmvbr8U5yb0. I’ve also been experimenting with Swedish music, and also moving away from ABC to a more easily parsed music format (with mixed results). It would be good to chat about our approaches. Cheers, Ben


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