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Read the latest project developments as we create AI tools for cultural preservation and musical innovation.​

AI’s Transformative Role in Music Preservation and Dissemination

AI’s Transformative Role in Music Preservation and Dissemination

During last week’s panel discussion at Classical:Next 2024, experts explored the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) in the music sector. Sara Arnsteiner-Simonischek...

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Repertorium Editorial Team
3 weeks ago
If AI Only Had a Heart… Harmony for Artificial Intelligence and the Arts

If AI Only Had a Heart… Harmony for Artificial Intelligence and the Arts

ODRATEK’s founder John Anderson, one of the coauthors of the Repertorium Project, will lead a panel discussion with Fabio Antonacci (Associate Professor, POLIMI)...

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Repertorium Editorial Team
4 weeks ago
Second General Assembly of the Repertorium Project in Milan

Second General Assembly of the Repertorium Project in Milan

The Second General Assembly of the Repertorium Project took place at the Politecnico di Milano’s facilities in Milan from April 4th to 5th,...

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Repertorium Editorial Team
1 month ago
Presentation on Neural Networks for Sound Source Tracking Applications

Presentation on Neural Networks for Sound Source Tracking Applications

David Guerra presented his paper Permutation Invariant Recurrent Neural Networks for Sound Source Tracking Applications at the 10th Convention of the European Acoustics...

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John
9 months ago
Presentation on Pre-trained Spatial Priors for Music Source Separation

Presentation on Pre-trained Spatial Priors for Music Source Separation

Antonio Muñoz, Pedro Vera and Julio Carabias presented their paper Pre-trained Spatial Priors on Multichannel NMF for Music Source Separation at the 10th Convention...

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John
9 months ago
Presentation on Physics-Informed Neural Networks for Sound Processing

Presentation on Physics-Informed Neural Networks for Sound Processing

Mirco Pezzoli and Fabio Antonacci presented their paper Implicit Neural Representation with Physics-Informed Neural Networks for the Reconstruction of the Early Part of...

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Repertorium Editorial Team
9 months ago
ICDAR 2023

ICDAR 2023

Juan Carlos Martínez Sevilla presented his paper “A Holistic Approach for Aligned Music and Lyrics Transcription” at the International Conference on Document Analysis...

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John
10 months ago
Recording of Tridentine Rite begins at Abbaye St Magdalene

Recording of Tridentine Rite begins at Abbaye St Magdalene

John Anderson, Fabio Cardone, and Thomas Vingtrinier installed a state-of-the-art recording system in the abbey’s chapel, which will automatically record all offices and...

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Repertorium Editorial Team
1 year ago
Digitisation of Solesmes archive begins!

Digitisation of Solesmes archive begins!

Dominique Crochu and Dominique Gatté of the Repertorium partner “Association Musicologie Médiéval” have begun the painstaking process of digitising the Paleographic Workshop of...

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Repertorium Editorial Team
1 year ago
Orchestral Sound Samples Recorded

Orchestral Sound Samples Recorded

Colibrì Ensemble (Chamber orchestra of Pescara, Italy) Repertoire TCHAIKOVSKY – Romeo And Juliet MOZART – Symphony No 40 in G minor KV550 Instruments

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John
1 year ago

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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.