Speech, Music and Hearing (TMH)

Research at the Division of Speech, Music and Hearing (TMH) is truly multi-disciplinary including linguistics, phonetics, auditory perception, vision and experimental psychology. Rooted in an engineering modelling approach, our research forms a solid base for developing multimodal human-computer interaction systems in which speech, music, sound and gestures combine to create human-like communication.

Research Area

Latest Publications

Tånnander, C., House, D., Edlund, J. (2023). Analysis-by-synthesis: phonetic-phonological variation indeep neural network-based text-to-speech synthesis. In Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS). (pp. 3156-3160). Prague, Czechia.
Sturm, B., Flexer, A. (2023). A Review of Validity and its Relationship to Music Information Research. In Proc. Int. Symp. Music Information Retrieval..
Sturm, B. (2023). The Ai Music Generation Challenge 2022 : Summary and Results. In Proc. AI Music Creativity Conference..
Cros Vila, L., Sturm, B. (2023). Statistical evaluation of abc-formatted music at the levels of items and corpora. In Proc. AI Music Creativity Conference..
Amerotti, M., Benford, S., Sturm, B., Vear, C. (2023). A Live Performance Rule System Informed by Irish Traditional Dance Music. In Proc. International Symposium on Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research..
Full list in the KTH publications portal