Researching Video Annotation Tool for Music and Theatre Arts
This paper describes the first phase of a new experimental audiovisual system for studying prerecorded music and theater performances on a scientific way. The aim of this multimedia program is to serve as a tool for encouraging artistic research in the field of Music and Theater interpretation. This is the first result of an investigation about the needs of the researchers of the PhD programme in Music at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. We have previously discussed the requirements of the practice based research, focusing on the contents and main tendencies in the field of Music. We would like to share and discuss the development of this video/software application with our colleagues of the international academic group MIDAS (Music Institutions with Doctoral Studies) and other non-European institutions.
||Multimedia Annotation Tool, Practice Based Music Research, MusicXML
The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.51-58.
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Professor, Audiovisual Communication Department. (DCADHA), Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
He’s a full professor at the Audiovisual Communication Area of the
Polytechnic University of Valencia since 1997. The subjects that he teaches are: Digital photography, Moviemaking and audiovisual production (in English), and Figurative Narration. In 2002 he got the doctor degree in Audiovisual Communication, defending the thesis “Analysis of the Webcasting mediator agents in the integration process of the streaming video over Internet”. Annually instruct several courses about Internet and New Media, like video streaming, and usability seminars. Researching activity: He is member of the CALSI investigation group. He participates in several subsidized investigation projects about Internet applications, art and multimedia. Recently he stayed three months doing research at the National University of Australia, in the field of digital video and e-learing, and six months at the Emily Carr Institue of Vancouver. Since 2000 he is publishing several papers in International Congresses about the research projects where he is participating. Currently he co-organizes with other professor the doctor degree program in Photography and New Media of the UPV, and helps in the organization of the new Master programs of the DCADHA department: “Visual Culture” and “Contents and Legal Issues of the Information Society”.
Professor, Audiovisual Communication Department (DCADHA), Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
Head of Audivisual Communications Department, POLYTECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VALENCIA, AUDIOVISUAL COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
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