J.J. Burred is in residence this fall as a visiting scholar. He will be working closely with Carmine Emanuale Cella on machine learning methods for synthesis and orchestration and, in particular, about creative applications of sound source separation methods.

J.J. Burred is a researcher and developer specialized in music technology. He holds a PhD in Engineering from the Technical University of Berlin and has worked as a researcher at IRCAM-Centre Pompidou (Paris) and Audionamix on topics such as source separation, automatic music analysis, sound synthesis and musical applications of machine learning. He has worked with artists and composers such as Marco Stroppa, Holly Herndon, Mat Dryhurst and Ralph Killhertz, and is the founder of the Paris-based music software studio Anemond. On the musical side, he is a classically-trained pianist and has played with jazz and electronic groups.