Wed, 02/ 05 Community Abend _ Machine listening: Applications of AI to Music _ Music Pool Berlin x re:publica18

  • Posted on: 2 May 2018
  • By: musicpool intern

This Music Pool Berlin community evening at re:publica is about present and future impacts of machine learning applications to music, with a focus on a practical understanding and use of machine learning in the music making process. In general, the Music Pool Berlin community evenings provide a platform for musicians to find out more about current music business topics, and get to know each other and other players in the music scenes.

FREE ENTRY •• NO RE:PUBLICA PASS REQUIRED

•• INPUT & DISCUSSION ••

(Insane in the) brain drain: Mensch-Maschine-Schnittstellen, KI und kreative Prozesse

19:00 - 19:30

After the release of "Hello World" at the latest, the first pop album written with the help of an AI, the music world would be in turmoil. Flow Machines and other "tools" promise nothing less than revolutionising music production by "managing" creative processes, "objectifying" styles, or acting as "artificial muse." With the next wave of technological innovation, traditional interfaces are likely to be eliminated, opening up completely new possibilities for music makers to compose, produce and perform music.

The talk is hosted by Music Pool Berlin (https://musicpoolberlin.net/).

TALK: Eiric Eitel

VENUE: Stage 9
STATION Berlin
Luckenwalder Str. 4-6,
10963 Berlin

Machine listening: Applications of AI to Music

19:45 - 20:45

This talk examines present and future impacts of machine learning applied to music, with a focus on understanding and using machine learning in the music making process.
AI researchers are rapidly proposing new applications at every stage of the musical process. On the creative side, bots and intelligent assistants help musicians fluidly manage their own compositional tools and sound libraries. Also, novel musical instruments imbued with smart sensors and circuits greatly lower the barrier of entry to production and performance, expanding the ways we interface with our instruments. And enabling richer and more direct interaction between musicians and their fans as well. Experimental techniques for synthesizing audio and imitating styles on-demand are still in their infancy, but could one day revolutionize production and composition from the ground up. On the curatorial and business side, music recommender systems are beginning to scan the "long tail" of large music collections and automatically make accurate inferences about who is likely to listen to or buy those songs.
As algorithms invade every aspect of the music creation process, we are asked to reconsider what it means to be a musician in the 21st century.
The talk is hosted by Music Pool Berlin (https://musicpoolberlin.net/).

TALK: Gene Kogan, http://genekogan.com/
MODERATION: Andrea Goetzke

VENUE: Stage 9
STATION Berlin
Luckenwalder Str. 4-6,
10963 Berlin

•• NETWORKING, DRINKS & TUNES ••

Join us for drinks and music afterwards in the Networking Area. Tunes handpicked by a2n_soundsystem aka Andrea Goetzke and Eric Eitel from 22 to 23.

VENUE: networking area, inside the re:publica area
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This evening event is free.
No registration needed.
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Further information: https://18.re-publica.com/de/session/machine-listening-applications-ai-music
 

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