Compositions and Performances by Graduate Students

Dartmouth Contemporary Music Laboratory Channel
(Led by Doug Perkins and the Bregman Graduate Students)

All Hail the Dawn by Alexander Dupuis. New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2011 OSLO, Norway.

Variations for Noise (2011) by Alison Mattek. The Way to go Out, Spheris Gallery, Hanover

Four Love Songs (2010) by David Kant. The Way to go Out, Spheris Gallery, Hanover


Music, Mind, and Brain Research

Mapping musical and auditory representational space with functional neuroimaging.
(Joint with Psychological and Brain Sciences, and the Center for Neuroimaging at Dartmouth College)

Software Frameworks and Tools

BREGMAN: Music and Multimedia Analysis Toolkit in Python
(Google, NEH, Neukom Institute)
ACTION: Audio-visual Cinematic Toolbox for Interaction, Organization, and Navigation.
(National Endowment for the Humanities, NEH)
AudioDB: scalable content-based audio search engine
(EPSRC, Neukom Institute for Computational Science)
Soundspotter: real-time feature-based searching and synthesis
(Bregman Music and Audio Research Studio)

Music Content-Based Audio Search

Search by Groove: rhythm retrieval by groove similarity
(Google Faculty Research Award, Google Inc.)
Navigating and Managing Very Large Music Collections
(EPSRC, Yahoo! Research Alliance Award)
Online Music Recognition and Searching II (OMRAS2)
(EPSRC EP/E02274X/1)

Analysing Music Structure and Information

SeMMA: High-Level Music Structure Analysis and Extraction
(EPSRC GR/S84750/01)
Information Dynamics of Music
(EPSRC GR/S82220/01)