VoXP / Mood Conductor: Emotion-driven Interactive Music Performance (Cathedral of Strasbourg)





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Published on Jan 24, 2013

VoXP is a "musical laboratory" composed of four musicians, vocalists/performers (Sarah
Jamali, Herve Adrione, Landry Biaba and Claire Trouilloud) from different cultural origins
and musical backgrounds. Using the various sounds from their voices, they create improvised music ranging from experimental noise to strange unknown melodies. Mood Conductor (http://bit.ly/moodxp) is a web application developed by Mathieu Barthet, George Fazekas and Matthias Georgi allowing members of the audience to send emotion-related directions to the performers using their smartphones, by selecting emotions in the two-dimensional Arousal/Valence space, characterised by mood tags. The combination of VoXP performances with the Mood Conductor Interactive application results in unique improvisations driven by real-time visual feedback of emotion trajectories using clustering and color to emotion mapping processes.

This video, which presents the VoXP / Mood Conductor interactive music performance, was filmed during a concert rehearsal at the Cathedral of Strasbourg (France), on 21st September 2012.

Mood Conductor URL: http://bit.ly/moodxp

For more information on research and development at the Centre for Digital Music (Queen Mary University of London), please visit the following links:

Isophonics: http://www.isophonics.net/
School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London: http://www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/
Centre for Digital Music: http://c4dm.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/

VoXP / Mood Conductor

+ Researchers & Developers:
Mathieu Barthet, Gyorgy Fazekas (Centre for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London)
Matthias Georgi (SoundCloud)

+ Singers:
Sarah Jamali, Claire Trouilloud,
Herve Adrione, Landry Biaba
(Conservatoire National de Région de Strasbourg)

Contact: http://www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/profiles/b...


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