mai 2015

Notre site Internet fait peau neuve… et plus encore !

mai 28th, 2015|

Vous avez sans doute remarqué que les choses semblent un peu différentes ici … Nous célébrons le premier anniversaire du site d’Europeana Sounds en lui refaisant une beauté ! […]

Europeana Sounds présenté au SmartKids {Digital Sound Solution}

mai 26th, 2015|

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Europeana Sounds’ MIR specialist – member of the MIR-team of the TU-Wien – was invited to give a talk about music and music video analysis at the « House of Music » in the center of Vienna. […]

Merveilleux voyage à travers le temps et l’espace : les disquaires parisiens

mai 22nd, 2015|

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We are glad to present you the initiative of one of Europeana Sounds most active followers: Thomas Henry, music passionate, keen on 78 rpm records and author of the blog Ceints de bakélite. He tells us about his new project and proposes a related walk through Paris music heritage, on the trail of Paris’ old record stores. Many thanks for answering our questions! […]

Exploration des saveurs du son : café et musique classique

mai 19th, 2015|

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Are you a coffee addict? Well, you might not be alone but follow historic footsteps, depicted even in classical music. […]

Petite introduction à l’extraction d’informations musicales : faire comprendre la musique aux ordinateurs

mai 15th, 2015|

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Music Information Retrieval (MIR), also called Music Information Research, aims at making computers understand music. This is currently not the case! Music played on computers does not really differ from music played by a gramophone: it is read from a media and immediately directed to the loudspeakers. The music understanding of a computer can be compared to us looking at the grooves of a vinyl record. […]

Comment vous pouvez parcourir le monde grâce à 3 000 sons d’Europeana

mai 11th, 2015|

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The creak of footsteps in the snow. The thwack of a snow shovel making contact with the pavement. An eerie alarm coming from an apartment building. A dog barking, his woof echoing off surrounding buildings. The sound of a metro train stopping, the pistons forcing the doors open. That whoosh as a train stops on the platform behind you. Horses hooves on cobbles as a tram rattles past – two centuries crashing into each other. The whizz pop of video games, and the clink of coins being won in an amusement arcade – a sound from childhood holidays. […]