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Ruard Absaroka
SOAS, University of London
Keywords: Ethnomusicology, Audio Signal Analysis, China, Timbre Analysis, Graphic Visualisation

Massimo Vito Avantaggiato
Conservatorio Verdi Milano
Keywords: electronic music; indian music; computational ethnomusicology; composition; tradition

Dániel Péter Biró
University of Victoria
Keywords: Chant research, history of Ethnomusicology

Baris Bozkurt
University of Crete
Keywords: Audio signal processing, makam music, tuning, melodic segmentation and progression

José-Miguel Díaz-Báñez
University of Seville
Keywords: Flamenco, computational geometry, geometric optimisation, mathematics and music

André Holzapfel
KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Keywords: Cretan music, Rhythm and Meter, Music Information Retrieval, Ethnomusicology

Berit Janssen
Utrecht University
Keywords: computational musicology; musical transmission; musical evolution; music cognition

Nadine Kroher
University of Seville
Keywords: Music Information Retrieval, Flamenco, Automatic Music Transcription, Pattern Discovery

Olivier Lartillot
University of Oslo
Keywords: computational musicology, Music Information Retrieval, pattern discovery, audio signal processing, analysis frameworks

Matija Marolt
University of Ljubljana
Keywords: Music Information Retrieval, Audio Segmentation, Music Transcription, Pattern Discovery, Visualization

Meinard Mueller
International Audio Laboratories Erlangen
Keywords: Music Processing, Music Information Retrieval, Audio Signal Processing

Aggelos Pikrakis
University of Piraeus
Keywords: Music Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Audio signal processing, Pattern recognition

Friedlind Riedel
Bauhaus University Weimar
Keywords: music studies, audio-signal analysis, timbre analysis, Myanmar Hsaing Waing, heterophonic music

Frank Scherbaum
University of Potsdam
Keywords: Georgian vocal music; computational ethnomusicology

Jürgen Schöpf
La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia
Keywords: Acoustic Analysis, Software aided Transcription, Field Experiments

Bob L. Sturm
Queen Mary University of London
Keywords: Music Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Audio signal processing, Evaluation

Richard Widdess
Dept of Music, SOAS University of London
Keywords: South Asian music, music analysis, music and language

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