Funded under the AHRC Digital Transformations in the Arts and Humanities scheme, Transforming Musicology seeks to explore how emerging technologies for working with music as sound and score can transform musicology, both as an academic discipline and as a practice outside the university. The work is being carried out collaboratively between Goldsmiths College, Queen Mary College, Oxford University, the Oxford e-Research Centre, and Lancaster University with an international partner at Utrecht University.
Online Music Recognition And Searching (or Ontology-driven Music Retrieval & Annotation Sharing service) is a framework for annotating and searching collections of both recorded music and digital score representations such as MIDI.
- Duration: 2007 – 2011
- Funding Source: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
- Project Value: £2,183,000
- Goldsmiths Value: £735,000
- Web (project): http://www.omras2.com
- Partners: Queen Mary, Kings College, Royal Holloway, Lancaster University, University of Surrey
- OMRAS2 website