04 October 2011
Tan Hakan Ozaslan

The study of musical expressivity is an active field in sound and music computing. The research interest comes from different motivations: to understand or model music expressivity; to identify the expressive resources that characterize an instrument, musical genre, or performer; or to build synthesis systems able to play expressively. Our research is focused on the study of classical guitar and deals with modeling the use of the expressive resources in the guitar.
In this presentation, we will present the motivation and definition our problem and the current status of our research.

Institution department: 
Learning Systems