OMRAS2: A Distributed Research Environment for Music Informatics and Computational Musicology

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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
    Principal Investigator
  • OMRAS2 website

Creativeworks – AHRC Digital Economy Hub

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Aim: build new partnerships and commercial opportunities between academia and the Creative Economy

  • Duration: 2012 – 2016
  • Total Project value: £4,000,000
  • Funding Source: Arts and Humanities Research Council
  • Partners: Queen Mary, University of London (lead institution); Birkbeck College; Central School of Speech and Drama; City University; the Courtauld Institute; Kingston University; Guildhall School of Music and Drama; King’s College London; Royal Holloway; School of Oriental and African Studies; Roehampton University; Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance; University of the Arts
    Co-investigator and Goldsmiths lead
  • Creativeworks website