Flow machines is a research project funded by the European Research Council (ERC) and coordinated by François Pachet, jointly hosted by SONY CSL and UPMC – Paris 6.
Launch of the album “Count on it”
François Pachet and Mark d’Inverno launch their album Count on it, composed and produced in the project, in London, on Sat-01-Nov.
“Count on It” is online!
The album Count on It, composed and produced by François Pachet and Mark d’Inverno in the Flow Machines project, is finally online!
As a count down to the launch (November the 1st @ 1 PM, PizzaExpress Jazz Club Soho, London) we will upload some tunes from the album.
ECCAI Fellows Program: Invited talks at AFIA
Every year, AFIA (French Association for Artificial Intelligence) invites the elected French ECCAI Fellows to give a talk and present their activites.
François Pachet, elected ECCAI Fellow in 2014, presents his research on October the 2nd, 2014.
For more info please visit AFIA Website.
Jazzomat workshop in Weimar
On Septembre 26-27, François Pachet takes part to the annual meeting of the Jazzomat workshop, Weimar (Germany).
For more information: http://jazzomat.hfm-weimar.de/workshop2014/workshop.
Flow Machines awarded with a PoC grant
The Flow Machines project will receive a ‘Proof-of-Concept’ grants from the European Research Council (ERC), to test the market potential of our research.
A total of 182 proposals were submitted to the first round of this call, and the success rate is around 28%.
Sony CSL Open House at MOMA, NY
The SONY CSL Open House 2014 takes place for the first time at MOMA, NY.
The results and future vision of the Flow Machines project are presented at MOMA with the talk “Style Cryogenics: The Future of Music Assets”
For more information, please visit: https://www.sonycsl.co.
Invited talk at RFIA 2014 (in French)
Le projet Flow Machines est present au dix-neuvième congrès national sur la Reconnaissance de Formes et l’Intelligence Artificielle (RFIA’14) qui se déroulera du 30 juin au 4 juillet 2014 à Rouen.
Plus d’info: http://rfia2014.univ-rouen.
The FlowHarmonizer at ICCC
François Pachet presents a paper about the FlowHarmonizer, Non-Conformant Harmonization: The Real Book in the Style of Take 6 during the 5th International Conference on Computational Creativity, Ljubljana, Slovenia, June 10-13, 2014: watch the video
For more info visit http://computationalcr
Invited talk at PAAMS (Spain)
The Flow Machines project is featured at PAAMS, Salamanca (Spain), with a plenary talk on “Virtual musicans and live jazz performance”For more info, visit the PAAMS conference website : PAAMS, 12th Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multi-Agent Systems
Invited Talk at CPAIOR (Ireland)
François Pachet presents the Flow Machines project during an Invited talk at CPAIOR 2014 (Cork, Ireland), with a talk on “Style imitation: the opportunities and challenge of Markov constraints”.To read the presentation’s abstract: http://4c.ucc.ie/cpaior2014/speakers.
Flow Machines aux Ateliers du Quartier de la Création, Nantes
A Nantes, au Cluster “Quartier de la Création”, François Pachet présente le projet Flow Machines avec un talk intitulé “Créativité et invention de style” (watch the talk | regarder la vidéo).
Ici le programme des Ateliers.
Seminar on Computer Music and Interaction, Universidade Catolica do Porto
François Pachet holds a two-day seminar at the Universidade Catolica do Porto, Portugal, in the framework of the PhD Program on Science and Technology of Arts (Programa de Doutoramento em Ciência e Tecnologia das Artes).
For more information, please visit the web page of the PhD Programme.
Invited Talk at ADT2013
Invited talk at the 3rd International Conference on Algorithmic Decision Theory
François Pachet presents the results of the Flow Machines project at ADT 2013, in Brussels, with an invited keynote on “The Challenge of Constrained Markov Chains: toward the next generation of authoring tools in
Invited Keynote at ISMIR
Invited keynote at ISMIR 2013, Curitiba: Style manipulation as a creative device.
Creative artifacts are often obtained by combining ideas, patterns, ways of doing – in a word, styles – to new congurations or situations.
Tutorial at ISMIR
Why is Brazilian Guitar Interesting?
Presented by: François Pachet and Giordano Cabral
Abstract: Following the ISMIR 2012 tutorial “Why jazz is interesting?” this tutorial will give an overview of the wonderful facets of “Brazilian guitar” for a MIR audience.
Two papers about FlowMachines presented at ISMIR 2013
Two papers have been accepted in the framework of ISMIR 2013, the International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, held in Curitiba (Brasil) from the 4th to the 8th of November 2013:
A COMPREHENSIVE ONLINE DATABASE OF MACHINE-READABLE LEAD-SHEETS FOR
Flow Machines at the MIC Conference, Bologna, Italy
The Flow Machines project is presented at the First International Conference on the Science of Creative Thinking (MIC), Bologna. Italy
The conference takes place from September 29th to October the 1st.
Music and the Origins of Language: Summerschool
The Flow Machines Project will be presented during the Music and the Origins of Language International Summer School on Agent-based Computational Models of Creativity, that will take place from 15th to 20th September 2013 in Cortona (Italy).
Presentation at AAAI 2013 of a paper on Meter and Markov Constraints
The Twenty-Seventh AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-13) will be held July 14–18, 2013 in Bellevue, Washington, USA. We will present a paper on Meter and Markov Constraints.