Welcome to the website for the Music Informatics Program at Indiana University, Bloomington. An overview of the program and what we do can be found here.
News and Events
New Graduate Students
(July 2007) The Music Informatics Program at IU will have two new master's students and one new Ph.D. student arriving in the fall of 2007. This is in addition to the six continuing graduate students from last year.
Music Plus One Demonstration
(March 2007) A public demonstration of the Music Plus One system by professor Chris Raphael was given on March 24, 2007 as part of the Artsweek festivities in Bloomington. More information, as well as videos of several performances with IU violin students, is available here.
Music Informatics gets MeTAMuSE Funding
(June 2006) The A.W. Mellon Foundation has decided to fund in full the MeTAMuSE project. In the words of the grant proposal, MeTAMuSE (the name stands for "Methodologies and Technologies for Advanced Musical Score Encoding") is "the first phase of a large project leading to the development of the first large-scale on-line scholarly knowledge-base of music for academic and practicing musicians, musicologists, music theorists, music analysis, and other people interested in music and its many related fields of study." MeTAMuSE is a joint project of IU, whose research will be led by Donald Byrd of the Music Informatics group, and Goldsmiths College of London, and will last for two years.