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Roger Dannenberg
Comp Science and College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon
Presentation: Music and Computer Science: Motivation, Analogies, and Experience

Dr. Roger B. Dannenberg is an Associate Research Professor in the School of Computer Science and School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, where he received a Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1982. He is internationally known for his research in the field of computer music. His current work includes research on computer accompaniment of live musicians, content-based music retrieval, interactive media, and high-level languages for sound synthesis. Music students around the world use products based on his computer accompaniment research. Dr. Dannenberg is also an active trumpet player and composer, and he has performed in concert halls ranging from the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem to the modern Espace de Projection at IRCAM in Paris. His most recent musical efforts involve real-time computer graphics and computer music systems that interact with live musicians. Dannenberg also performs in Pittsburgh with the Roger Humphries Big Band and the Capgun Quartet.

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