Jean-Julien (J-J) Aucouturier is an expert on audio technologies and artificial intelligence, with a background in the music industry. He spent 6 years in Sony research labs building a Google for music – in a team which work is now integrated in Sony-Ericsson mobile phones. Recently, he worked with Japanese robot manufacturer ZMP to design dancing ipod-robot Miuro. He's currently leading the Computer Science guerilla in Temple University, Japan Campus.
Legrand in SL
20 students take the reigns of a rapper's fame.
Spring 2010, Temple University Japan
More info: http://www.linsl.info
Scanning the dial
Re-edition and supplemental material for Perrott & Gjerdingen's classic-yet-unpublished paper
Dec. 2008, Journal of New Music Research (Aucouturier & Pampalk, eds.)
More info: http://www.jj-aucouturier.info/projects/scandial
New instruments to play (with) music. If you like Ringo Starr, why not ask him to play on your new track?
2001-2006, Sony Computer Science Laboratories, Paris
More info: http://www.jj-aucouturier.info/projects/ringo