AES New York 2013 Presenter or Author

Derry FitzGerald

Derry FitzGerald

Primary Affiliation: Cork Institute of Technology - Cork, Ireland

Derry FitzGerald is a senior post-doctoral reseacher at Cork Institute of Technology. He previously worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the Audio Research Group in DIT. Prior to this he worked as a post-doctoral researcher in the Dept. of Electronic Engineering at Cork Institute of Technology, having previously completed a Ph.D. and an M.A. at Dublin Institute of Technology. He has also worked as a researcher on the DITME project at D.I.T. He has also worked as a Chemical Engineer for some years.

In the field of music and audio, he has also worked as a sound engineer and has written scores for theatre.

His research interests are in the areas of automatic music transcription, sound source separation, tensor factorizations, and music information retrieval systems. He has recently utilised his sound source separation technologies to create the first ever officially released stereo mixes of several songs for the Beach Boys, including Good Vibrations, Help me Rhonda and I get around.

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Oct 18: W11: Audio Source Separation (Panelist)

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EXHIBITION HOURS October 18th 10am – 6pm October 19th 10am – 6pm October 20th 10am – 4pm
REGISTRATION DESK October 16th 3pm – 7pm October 17th 8am – 6pm October 18th 8am – 6pm October 19th 8am – 6pm October 20th 8am – 4pm
TECHNICAL PROGRAM October 17th 9am – 7pm October 18th 9am – 7pm October 19th 9am – 7pm October 20th 9am – 6pm
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