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Get involved

Are you interested to help us out in our mission? We would be thrilled to have you getting involved, regardless of your musical background!

For now, please make sure to subscribe to our mailing list list@trompamusic.eu, and we will contact you as soon as we are ready for receiving your thoughts!

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Content owners

Content owners (for example, orchestras) are increasingly seeking what can be done with their content, beyond 'just putting the material online'. In TROMPA, we will work on standardised digitisation processes, and on user-friendly ways of enrichment, so more value can be gained out of the content.

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Choir singers

The case of using TROMPA for choir singers consists of an application designed for the individual study of the choral repertoire, making use of the technology of synthesis of sung voice.

Currently, the application has been tested by a group of singers and it is expected that 5 choirs will incorporate it as a working tool from September 2020.

You can see the application here.

Instrumental players

Many instrumental players actively make use of online music resources, in order to find and learn new repertoire. In TROMPA, we will work on ways to support this process, e.g. by offering better insight into various performances of the same piece, by researching automatic difficulty assessment of unknown pieces, and by devising rehearsal monitoring and supporting tools.

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Music scholars

Music scholars typically already use various digital resources in various modalities as part of their research workflows. In TROMPA, we will research ways to support and innovate these workflows. Considering state-of-the-art ontologies, we will propose standardised ways of musical object representation, linking and sharing.

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Music enthusiasts

Do you like music, although you are not that experienced regarding classical music? Many people for whom this is the case do not know where to start, and what to listen or look for.

Within TROMPA, we will work on more accessible rich entrances to this music repertoire, and on ways to engage you from the start in unlocking this repertoire, even if you would not have specialist musical knowledge.

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