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Islah Ali-MacLachlan
Islah Ali-MacLachlan
Associate Professor, Audio Engineering and Acoustics, Birmingham City University
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Towards the identification of Irish traditional flute players from commercial recordings
I Ali-MacLachlan, M Köküer, C Athwal, P Jancovic
Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, Paris …, 2015
122015
Towards the creation of digital library content to study aspects of style in Irish traditional music
M Köküer, D Kearney, I Ali-MacLachlan, P Jančovič, C Athwal
Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Digital Libraries for …, 2014
112014
Automatied detection of single-and multi-note ornaments in Irish traditional flute playing
M Kokuer, P Jancovic, I Ali-MacLachlan, C Athwal
ISMIR, 2014
102014
Quantifying timbral variations in traditional Irish flute playing
I Ali-MacLachlan, M Köküer, P Jancovic, I Williams, C Athwal
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA …, 2013
72013
Automated Detection of Single-Note Ornaments in Irish Traditional flute Playing
Köküer, Ali-MacLachlan, Jancovic, Athwal
4th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis, 65-69, 2014
6*2014
Institutional collaboration over networks–ICON: A comparison of two collaborative design projects
L Campbell, I Ali-MacLachlan, AI Thomson, WJ Ion, AS MacDonald
Proc. CADE99, University of Teeside, 1999
61999
Note, cut and strike detection for traditional Irish flute recordings
I Ali-MacLachlan, M Tomczak, C Southall, J Hockman
Technological University Dublin, 2016
52016
On the Opportunities of the Soundscape Approach to Revitalise Acoustics Training in Undergraduate Architectural Courses
J Xiao, F Aletta, I Ali-Maclachlan
Sustainability 14 (4), 1957, 2022
42022
Computational analysis of style in Irish traditional flute playing
I Ali-MacLachlan
Birmingham City University, 2019
42019
Player recognition for traditional Irish flute recordings
I Ali-MacLachlan, C Southall, M Tomcjak, J Hockman
Folk Music Analysis, 2018
42018
Curating and annotating a collection of traditional Irish flute recordings to facilitate stylistic analysis
M Köküer, I Ali-MacLachlan, D Kearney, P Jančovič
International Journal on Digital Libraries 20, 107-121, 2019
32019
Improved onset detection for traditional Irish flute recordings using convolutional neural networks
I Ali-MacLachlan, C Southall, M Tomczak, J Hockman
Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Folk Music …, 2017
32017
Curating and annotating a collection of traditional Irish recordings to facilitate stylistic analysis
M Köküer, I Ali-MacLachlan, D Kearney, P Jancovic
Special issue of the International Journal of Digital Libraries (IJDL) on …, 2017
22017
Time’s up for the Myo? The smartwatch as a ubiquitous alternative for audio-gestural analyses
W Wilson, N Granieri, I Ali-MacLachlan
Proceedings of the 23rd International Workshop on New Interfaces for Musical …, 2023
12023
Combining gestural and audio approaches to the classification of violin bow strokes.
W Wilson, I Ali-MacLachlan, N Granieri
10th International Workshop on Folk Music Analysis (FMA),, 10-14, 2022
12022
Ubiquitous Multimodality as a Tool in Violin Performance Classification
W Wilson, N Granieri, I Ali-MacLachlan
2023 4th International Symposium on the Internet of Sounds, 1-8, 2023
2023
An in-situ investigation of office soundscape perceptual evaluation methodologies
B West, I Ali-MacLachlan, AM Deuchars
Proceedings of Acoustics 2023, 2023
2023
Player recognition for traditional Irish flute recordings using K-nearest neighbour classification
I Ali-MacLachlan, E Hunt, A Jamieson
2nd International Conference on Timbre, 2020
2020
Curating and annotating a collection of traditional Irish flute recordings to facilitate stylistic analysis
M Kokuer Jancovic, I Ali-MacLachlan, D Kearney, P Jancovic
2019
Towards the creation of digital library content to study aspects of style in Irish traditional music.
D Kearney, M Köküer, I Ali-MacLachlan, P Jancovic, C Athwal
2014
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