From score to sound

Repertorium will revolutionise music scholarship, enhance streaming revenues, and empower musicians.

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The Project

REPERTORIUM uses AI to digitise ancient and classical manuscripts, preserve European musical heritage, and create state-of-the-art sound processing technologies, including metaverse-ready immersive audio.

These technologies are the foundation of a general musical artificial intelligence that fully unleashes the powers of machine learning upon the domain of European classical heritage, advancing us towards a human-centred digital world.

REPERTORIUM is funded by the European Union through a Horizon Research and Innovation grant.

Preserving European Heritage

Digitising ancient manuscripts from the Solesmes archive for musicological study, recordings, and creating databases for medieval and classical works.

AI-Powered Archival Tools

Combining multimodal artificial intelligence and deep learning solutions to perform optical music recognition and music information retrieval across multiple music datasets through sophisticated Linked Data models.

AI-Powered Sound Processing

Using AI and DL for state-of-the-art instrument sound source separation and real-time sound field reconstruction.


Testing immersive technologies through streamed symphonic concerts.

Impactful Outcomes

Revolutionising music scholarship, enhancing streaming revenues, and empowering music students to create minus-one versions of their favourite recordings.

The Future from our Past

Researching and Encouraging the Promulgation of European Repertory through Technologies Operating on Records Interrelated Utilising Machines

Project Timeline
Project Kickoff Meeting - Alicante
Repertorium is funded through the European Union’s Horizon Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement N. 101095065 and will run until December 2025
Feb, 2023
Solesmes Digitsation Commences
Apr, 2023
Data management plan ready
Starting the AI-training for medieval OMR
Aug, 2023
AI SSS research commences
Oct, 2023
Linked Data Model
Cataloguing software complete
Dic, 2023
AI-training for medieval and classical OMR ready
May, 2024
Gregorian Concert of discovered novel chants
Nov, 2024
AI SSS research results, interface prototypes published
Dic, 2024
Recordings of discovered novel chants
Apr, 2025
Le Barroux recordings integrated in Neumz
Jun, 2025
Live symphonic concert - first test of immsersive streaming technologies
Demonstration Workshops begin
Sep, 2025
Live symphonic concert - first test of immsersive streaming technologies
Dic, 2025 and ready for immersive streaming
Gen, 2023
Algorithmic SSS research commences
Mar, 2023
Recordings Commence - Orchestral Sound Samples / Le Barroux chants
Jun, 2023
Conversion tools between digital scores format ready
Sep, 2023
Training set of immersive audio for AI ready
Dic, 2023
42,000 chants manually catalogued
Mar, 2024
Le Barroux Recordings complete
Jul, 2024
Audio-to-Score sync technology ready
Dic, 2024
84,000 chants manually catalogued
Gen, 2025
Tools and Interfaces Tested
May, 2025
Live Opera Concert from DIDONE project
Jul, 2025
Immersive Streaming tool and interface published
Oct, 2025
Solesmes Archive Catalogued on DIAMM
Dic, 2025
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Please write us to learn more about facilitating your musicological research with Repertorium or about the sound separation and sound-field reconstruction technologies under development, or with any other questions about the project.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Research and Innovation programme under grant agreement N. 101095065.
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