music information retrieval .: digital signal processing .: gestural control
PhD Candidate, DDMAL
Music Technology, Department of Music Research
McGill University, Canada
|2007–||Ph.D. Candidate||McGill University||Music Technology Area||Montreal, Canada|
|2012||Visiting Research Student||INESC||Sound and Music Computing Group||Porto, Portugal|
|2007||Associate Research Student||Queen Mary University of London||Centre for Digital Music||London, United Kingdom|
|2007||Music Technology, M.M.||New York University||Music Technology||New York City, New York|
|2000||Sociology, B.A.||Cornell University||Sociology Department||Ithaca, New York|
Hockman, J.A., M.E.P. Davies, and I. Fujinaga. 2012. One in the jungle: Downbeat detection in hardcore, jungle, and drum and bass. in Proceedings of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (to appear).
Hockman, J.A., D.M. Weigl, C. Guastavino, and I. Fujinaga. 2011. Discrimination between phonograph playback systems. in Proceedings of the 131st Convention of the Audio Engineering Society.
Hockman, J.A. and I. Fujinaga. 2010. Fast vs slow: Learning tempo octaves from user data. in Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. 231-6.
McKay, C., J.A. Burgoyne, J.A. Hockman, J. Smith, G. Vigliensoni and I. Fujinaga. 2010. Evaluating the performance of lyrical features relative to and in combination with audio, symbolic and cultural features. in Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. 213-8.
Li, Z., Q. Xiang, J.A. Hockman, J. Yang, Y. Yi, I. Fujinaga, Y. Wang. 2010. A music search engine for therapeutic gait training. in Proceedings of ACM Multimedia '10.
Hockman, J., M.M. Wanderley, and I. Fujinaga. 2009. Phase vocoder manipulation by runner’s pace. in Proceedings of the 2009 Conference on New Instruments for Musical Expression. 90-3.
Hockman, J., M.E.P. Davies, J.P. Bello, and M. Plumbley. 2008. Automated rhythmic transformation of musical audio. in Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects. 177–80.
Pugin, L., J. Hockman, J.A. Burgoyne, and I. Fujinaga. 2008. Gamera versus Aruspix: two optical music recognition approaches. in Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. 419–25.
Hockman, J. 2007. Automatic timbre mutation of drum loops. Masters diss, Music Technology, New York University.
Last FM / YouTube mashup application: Download LastFM tagged music via YouTube (May 2010)
Time-Scaling Running Shoe: Automated synchronization of music to runner's pace (April 2009)
Content-Aware Effects: Control of delay-based effects based on onset detection (December 2008)
Rhythmic Transformation of Musical Audio: Manipulation of rhythmic feel of a piece of music given a second piece as a control signal (July 2007)
Automated percussion loop modification: adjustment of the ordering and timbre of a drum loop provided a second loop as a control signal (May 2007)
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