Items where City Author is "Armstrong, Newton"

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Elmsley (né Lambert), A., Weyde, T. & Armstrong, N. (2017). Generating Time: Rhythmic Perception, Prediction and Production with Recurrent Neural Networks. Journal of Creative Music Systems, 1(2), doi: 10.5920/JCMS.2017.04

Armstrong, N. (2014). ‘Bold Tendencies’: London Contemporary Music Festival, Peckham multi-storey car park, London, 25–28 July, 1–4 August 2013. Tempo, 68(267), pp. 63-65. doi: 10.1017/S0040298213001393

Book Section

Lambert, A., Weyde, T. & Armstrong, N. (2015). Perceiving and predicting expressive rhythm with recurrent neural networks. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference in Sound and Music Computing. . Maynooth, Ireland: SMC15. ISBN 9780992746629

Lambert, A., Weyde, T. & Armstrong, N. (2014). Beyond the Beat: Towards Metre, Rhythm and Melody Modelling with Hybrid Oscillator Networks. (2014 ed.) In: A. Georgaki & G. Kouroupetroglou (Eds.), Music Technology Meets Philosophy: from Digital Echos to Virtual Ethos. Proceedings of ICMC, SMC. (pp. 485-490). San Francisco: International Computer Music Association.

Conference or Workshop Item

Armstrong, N. (2015). Listening as a material. Paper presented at the Troisième Biennale d'Analyse Musicale 2015, 26-27 March 2015, Conservatoire royal de Mons.

Lambert, A., Weyde, T. & Armstrong, N. (2014). Studying the Effect of Metre Perception on Rhythm and Melody Modelling with LSTMs. Paper presented at the 3rd International Workshop on Musical Metacreation, held at the 10th Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment Conference, 03-10-2014 - 07-10-2014, Raleigh, USA.


Armstrong, N. (2015). Modes of forgetting *

Armstrong, N. (2013). Nature pieces *

Armstrong, N. (2012). making one leaf transparent and then another *

Armstrong, N. (2011). Too slow, for Milton Perspectives of New Music. *

Armstrong, N. (2010). unsaying *

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