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HAMR in the Woods

Hacking Audio and Music Research • September 27–29, 2013 • Hanover, NH

The first-ever Dartmouth College music and audio hackathon was located against a peaceful rural backdrop.

Music hackathons offer the means to collaborate intensively on music-related software and hardware research projects. Their effectiveness is fostered by the opportunity to forge new relationships and explore creative hacking ideas.

Columbia University's LabROSA held a music hackathon having an emphasis on musical audio analysis, processing, and synthesis. The event, called Hacking Audio and Music Research (HAMR), further underscored academic research, good documentation, and open-sourced code. Columbia's HAMR was a resounding success and we at Dartmouth College carried the torch.

 

Last Updated: 6/26/14