C4DM Spinouts with AIM members pitched at QMI Showcase

Picture of presentation in QMI showcase.C4DM spinouts were showcased at an event organised by Queen Mary Innovation (QMI) which took place on 7 June 2024 – all led by inspiring academic entrepreneurs developing incredible new uses for music, audio, and AI.

HITar, founded by AIM PhD student Andrea Martelloni, uses real-time embedded AI to provide a rich control surface on an acoustic guitar’s body for making drum and synthesiser sounds – giving the artist true freedom of expression.

RoEx, founded by David Ronan, lets musicians produce professional-level mixes in minutes. By removing barriers, this technology can democratise professional music creation, making it accessible and intuitive for all.

Nemisindo, founded by Josh Reiss, generates original sound effects in real time, creating sounds which are truly believable – rather than relying on pre-recorded effects which are never quite right.

Get in touch with QMI and spinout leads to learn more about HITar and other C4DM spinouts and what else is in the pipeline!

AIM at KCL Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Programme of KCL workshopOn the 11th of June, AIM PhD student Luca Marinelli will participate at the King’s College Workshop on Interdisciplinary Perspectives: Bridging Sociological Studies in the Digital Age. Organised by DDH PhD students, this event aims to foster discussions and collaborations across various disciplines, specifically including Natural Language Processing (NLP), Social Sciences, and Social Media and Digital Methods in broader research in Digital Humanities.

Luca Marinelli will present the work: Towards Musically-informed Automated Discourse Analysis: A Case Study in Gender and Media by Marinelli L., Saitis C