musicdiff is a file format agnostic music file diff tool that compares two music scores, and produces a rendered PDF of each score, visually marked up with descriptive text and colored notes, pointing out the differences. It is focused on notational (visual) differences rather than only audible differences. This can be very useful for visualization…
WoRMS 2021 Videos Online
In case you missed this year’s edition of WoRMS 2021 in Alicante, there are good news for you. All presentations have been recorded in Zoom and available on YouTube in our Optical Music Recognition Channel.
Dissertation “Self-Learning OMR”
In this post, Alexander Pacha shares his thesis, as well as the recording of the defense.
This post contains a link to upcoming and past events that featured OMR research (back until 2017).
Getting started with OMR
During ISMIR 2018, Ichiro Fujinaga, Jorge Calvo-Zaragoza, Jan Hajič jr., and Alexander Pacha gave a tutorial that was recorded and is available on our YouTube Channel. Icons on this website made by Freepik from http://www.flaticon.com are licensed by CC 3.0 BY.
What is Optical Music Recognition?
Optical Music Recognition is the research field that investigates how the computer can read music scores.