Prof. Ellis' LabROSA Holds its First Music and Audio Hackathon

Prof. Dan Ellis’ Laboratory for the Recognition and Organization of Speech and Audio (LabROSA) held its first music and audio hackathon on June 28-30, 2013. Organized by Prof. Ellis' PhD student Colin Raffel with support from the Electrical Engineering Department, Hacking Audio and Music Research (HAMR) drew more than 30 participants with diverse backgrounds and experience levels from a broad range of universities, organizations, and even a high school. They spent the weekend in the School’s Interschool Lab working on new research projects centered on the development of new techniques for analyzing, processing, and synthesizing audio and music signals.

Read more about HAMR 2013 here.


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