Machine Learning is becoming ever more present in the world of Music and Sound Production.
You will find it in sound processing, mixing and mastering, composition tools, sound and speech synthesis, music information retrieval, and recommendation systems.
These smart technologies enter the creative workspace as new artistic possibilities. They come as sound and music applications, plug-ins or new software tools. Projects like Magenta, Wekinator or ml5.js make it relatively easy to integrate machine learning in your own software projects, which makes a great start for a Hackathon.

If you have data collections, if you are full of ideas, if you´re a programmer that wants to collaborate with crazy musicians and sound artist, if you're a developer that wants to get in touch with the community and showcase projects, you're welcome to join us at the 6th Karajan Classical Music Hackathon (which actually is not so classical, anyway).
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ABOUT
For the 6th iteration of the Classical Music Hackathon, the Eliette and Herbert von Karajan Institute and FH Salzburg are joining forces in a Music & AI Hackathon as part of the Karajan Music Tech Conference 2019. The hackathon will be hosted at the University of Applied Sciences Salzburg 11-12 April 2019.
ADDRESS
FH Salzburg
Urstein Süd 1
5412 Puch bei Hallein
Austria

PROGRAM
Thu, 11 April 2018
10:00
10:00
Group introduction, project proposals
12:00
12:00
Hackathon starts
13:00
13:00
Lunch
14:00
14:00
Working on projects
19:00
19:00
Dinner
20:00
20:00
Working on projects (open end)
Fri, 12 April 2018
08:00
08:00
Breakfast
09:00
09:00
Wrapping up
11:00
11:00
Presentations
13:00
13:00
Lunch
Join us at the Karajan Music Tech Conference (More Info)
Selected projects will be invited to present their results at the Karajan Music Tech Conference and a prize will be offered to the best project.
Everyone who is part of a project and presenting their work will receive a free ticket for the Music Tech Conference.
PRESS CONTACT
Matthias Röder
Phone: +43 676 46 77 111
E-mail: matthias.roeder@karajan.org
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