Choir singers

We will leverage knowledge of existing performance interpretations and
repertoire to offer novel interactive feedback mechanisms surrounding rehearsals. We will employ
(multi-lingual) singing voice synthesis mechanisms to automatically generate study and feedback
solutions for amateur vocal performance (e.g. virtual choirs with flexible toggling of parts). The audience for requirements and validation will initially consist of amateur singers in the choral
networks of the consortium members, with expansion to the broader amateur choral community
throughout the project, assisted by European Choral Association – Europa Cantat (Associated Partner
to TROMPA, see Sections 3.2-3.3). To disseminate project outcomes, we strive to connect to the
EUROPA CANTAT 2021 festival, which coincides with the concluding phase of TROMPA.

New study and dataset for choir singing analysis, presented at ICMPC-ESCOM

Last week, Helena Cuesta (from UPF) attended the 15th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition and 10th triennial conference of the European Society for the Cognitive Sciences of Music in Graz (Austria). She presented the following TROMPA paper in the poster session, as well as a contribution to the proceedings:

Cuesta, H., Gómez, E., Martorell, A., Loáiciga, F. Analysis of Intonation in Unison Choir Singing.

Choir singers

Are you a choir singer, and do you have trouble studying your parts? In TROMPA, we will work on automatically generating practice material for choir singers. Including state-of-the-art singing voice synthesis technology, we strive to custom-generate practice parts and virtual choirs to sing with.

Keep watching this page for future updates, and get involved!