I am currently not a researcher at Queen Mary. For up to date information, publications and contact details please visit my personal website.
On this page you can find out information about my research and download my PhD Thesis.
Musicology for the Masses - Dec 2011 to March 2012
Queen Mary Live Music Lab - March 2011 to Sep 2011
Title: "Musicians and Machines: Bridging the Semantic Gap in Live Performance" (2011) [pdf]
I am interested in musical analysis - particularly in real-time in the context of live performances. Examples include beat tracking, chroma analysis and chord recognition. I am also interested in how the result of this analysis can be used to build live performance systems such as automatic accompaniment systems and intelligent audio effects.
Prior to my PhD I studied at Royal Holloway, University of London for an undergraduate degree in Computer Science, moving afterwards to Queen Mary to study for an MSc in Digital Music Processing.