The BCMI-MIdAS team have a new journal article out in Brain Computer Interfaces, the relatively new Taylor & Francis publication dedicated to the field.
Our article, Investigating music tempo as a feedback mechanism
for closed-loop BCI control, documents continued work towards our system for automatic generation of emotionally-charged music via brainwaves. Full details are on the publications page of my site, or if you have a subscription / institutional access, you should be able to check out the article directly here as of Nov 17th.
I probably won't update again until the new year, so I should also quickly mention that will be in London at the Royal College of Music for the London International Piano Symposium, where I will be giving a lecture accompanying a recital of my piece Artificia for Neural Network and Piano - this is a new piece which uses a feedforward neural network and timbre morphing signal processing to generate score in real-time. The RCM performance will be its premiere. Details are in the conferences section of the publications page. Also in February, Unfolding | Clusters, the Motor Neurone Disease installation by Federico Visi, Giovanni Dothel and myself will be in residency at the Peninsula Arts 2015 Contemporary Music Festival at the end of the month. You can read a bit more about the installation in a recent feature in AV magazine here. There will be a talk accompanying the first performance on the Friday evening.
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