Classroom Teaching

ECE 272/472 (AME 272, TEE 472) - Audio Signal Processing - Spring 2019 (was taught in Spring 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018)

This is a 4-credit undergraduate/graduate course covering fundamentals and applications of audio digital signal processing. Topics include sampling and quantization, analog to digital converters, time and frequency domains, spectral analysis, vocoding, analysis and synthesis of digital filters, audio effects processing, musical sound synthesis, and other advanced topics in audio signal processing. Implementation of algorithms in Matlab and on dedicated DSP platforms is emphasized. This course is cross listed as AME 272/472, ECE 272/472 and TEE 472.

ECE 277/477 (AME 277/477, CSC 264/464, TEE 477) - Computer Audition - Fall 2018 (was taught in Fall 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2017)

This is a 4-credit graduate course covering current research in the field of computer audition. Topics include audio modeling, audio features, source separation (splitting audio mixtures into individual source tracks), pitch estimation (estimating the pitches played by each instrument), streaming (finding which sounds belong to a single event/source), source localization (finding where the sound comes from), source identification (labeling a sound source), etc.


Audiovisual Music Processing - November 2019

I gave this tutorial together with Dr. Slim Essid and Dr. Sanjeel Parekh from Telecom ParisTech and my student Bochen Li at the International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) Conference in November 2019. This tutorial provides an overview of the emerging research area of audiovisual music processing, covering three main categories of research: 1) music performance analysis, 2) content-based classification and retrieval, and 3) audiovisual music generation. This tutorial features two hands-on case studies. All materials can be downloaded from the above GitHub link.

Automatic Music Transcription - October 2015

I gave this tutorial together with Dr. Emmanouil Benetos from Queen Mary Unviersity of London at the International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) Conference in October 2015. This tutorial reviewed the state of the art approaches, datasets, evaluation measures, applications, challenges and research directions of automatic music transcription by the time the tutorial was presented. Slides and affiliated resources can be downloaded at the above link.

Updated on November 14, 2019