LAC 2015: Video: "RTML: a Real-Time Machine Listening Framework" by Andres Perez-Lopez
Linux Audio Conference 2015
RTML: a Real-Time Machine Listening Framework
Andres Perez-Lopez
 288p  576p 

Music Information Retrieval is a field with a strong potential for artistic and performative usages. However, existing MIR tools are often interfaced by code, thus limiting access to people without programming knowledge. We present RTML, a graphical framework for Real-Time Machine Listening written in SuperCollider. RTML provides compact and simplified access to low- and mid level descriptors, and convenient utilities to map descriptor outputs with external applications through OSC.
The talk also serves as a background for the author's "Listening Lights" performance at the Linux Sound Night.

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