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Join in and tell us what emotions you have when you listen to music!

Join in and tell us what emotions you have when you listen to music!

The Music Technology and the Interactive and Distributed Technologies for Education research groups are launching a musical annotation campaign linked to the TROMPA project with music recommendations for participants. The initiative, open to all, is accessible via the project platform.

03.02.2021

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The Music Technology (MTG) and the Interactive and Distributed Technologies for Education (TIDE) research groups at the UPF Department of Information and Communication Technologies (DTIC), are launching a musical annotation campaign open to the general public, the third and last of the TROMPA project, dedicated to exploring the emotions music generates among its listeners. The campaign applies artificial intelligence to users’ musical preferences.

“Although we are trying to analyse the emotional perception of music, we can also use technology to induce our perception. So, we want to study how these mechanisms work to implement new technologies and applications”, say the coordinators of the campaign and members of the MTG.

Participation open to music lovers and the public in general

Participants follow a virtual itinerary that will guide them through the different music in order to record the emotions that listening to music arouses based on a series of questions. Participants can make daily annotations and, in return, they will receive personalized recommendations based on their annotations.

To take part, simply log onto the platform using a Google account, then all communications related to the project will be sent to a Google email account. After registering and taking a tutorial, users can make annotations and get music recommendations according to their profile.

With the goal of working on the algorithms of the research we are conducting with artificial intelligence applied to music within the TROMPA project

“This collaborative initiative between users and researchers allows us to work on the algorithms of the research we are conducting with artificial intelligence applied to music”, the coordinators of the MTG explain.

Access the project platform by clicking here

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