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Algorithms and representations for supporting online music creation with large-scale audio databases

@inproceedings{Trepat2015AlgorithmsAR,
  title={Algorithms and representations for supporting online music creation with large-scale audio databases},
  author={Gerard Roma Trepat},
  year={2015}
}
La rapida adopcion de Internet y de las tecnologias web ha creado una oportunidad para hacer musica colaborativa mediante el intercambio de informacion en linea. Sin embargo, las aplicaciones actuales para hacer musica en linea no aprovechan el potencial de la informacion compartida. El objetivo de esta tesis es proporcionar y evaluar algoritmos y representaciones para interactuar con grandes bases de datos de audio que faciliten la creacion de musica por parte de comunidades virtuales. Este… 
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