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Thesis

My major project in grad school was titled "Music demixing with the sliCQ transform," which led to a publication and the thesis I submitted for my Master's degree in 2022.

I worked on it during the AICrowd Music Demixing Challenge 2021 (MDX21).

Talks and presentations

Short 5-minute talk at the MDX21 town hall:

Longer (~30 min) talk at the MILA Music AI reading group:

Code

Source code: https://github.com/sevagh/xumx-sliCQ

Other code (evaluations, latex files, etc.): https://github.com/sevagh/xumx_slicq_extra

Papers and posters

Original publication:
MDX21 workshop @ ISMIR 2021, https://mdx-workshop.github.io/proceedings/hanssian.pdf

@inproceedings{xumxslicqmdx21,
        title={Music demixing with the sliCQ transform},
        author={Hanssian, Sevag},
        booktitle={MDX21 workshop at ISMIR 2021},
        year={2021}}

Follow-up on arXiv.org:
https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.05509
https://cs.paperswithcode.com/paper/music-demixing-with-the-slicq-transform

@article{xumxslicqarxiv,
        title={Music demixing with the sliCQ transform},
        author={Hanssian, Sevag},
        journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2112.05509},
        url={https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.05509},
        year={2021}}

Poster at ISMIR 2021 (MDX workshop):
https://github.com/sevagh/xumx_slicq_extra/blob/main/drafts-and-blobs/mdx21-poster.pdf

Poster at CIRMMT The Future of Sound 2021:
https://github.com/sevagh/xumx_slicq_extra/blob/main/drafts-and-blobs/futureofsound-poster.pdf

Master's thesis (same idea, longer writeup)
https://github.com/sevagh/xumx_slicq_extra/blob/main/drafts-and-blobs/HANSSIAN_sevag_MusicTech_thesis_final.pdf