Aengus Martin

I have completed my PhD at CARLab. My thesis, entitled "Methods to Support End User Design of Arrangement-Level Musical Decision Making," is available here. It is concerned with using techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence to develop interactive computer music systems.

From 2012 to 2014, I lectured in Sonology and Audio Production to students of Sound and Music Design at UTS. I now work at Amazon where I have a software development role with an emphasis on machine learning in the area of digital music. My personal webpage has current contact details as well as information about various side projects.

Publications

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Conference Publications

Journal Papers

  • A. Martin, C. Jin and André van Schaik, “Psychoacoustic Evaluation of Systems for Delivering Spatialized Augmented-Reality Audio,” J. Audio Eng. Soc., 57:12 (2009)
  • N. Kern, D. Weaire, A. Martin, S. Hutzler and S.J. Cox, ”The two-dimensional viscous froth model for foam dynamics,” Phys. Rev. E., 70:4 (2004)
  • T.R. Ní Mhíocháin, G. Hinds, A. Martin, E. Chang, A. Lai, L. Costiner, J.M.D. Coey, “Influence of a Magnetic Field on the Morphology of Zinc Electrodeposits,” Electrochimica Acta, 49, 4813-4828 (2004)

Dissertations

Abstracts

  • A. Martin, C.T. Jin and O. Bown, “A Toolkit for Designing Interactive Musical Agents,” Music Sound and Action Research Day, University of Western Sydney, Australia (2011)
  • A. Martin and S. Hutzler, “The Viscous Froth Model,” abstract in the proceedings of Institute of Physics (IOP) Ireland Spring Weekend, (2003)

Art Works and Performances

  • O. Bown and A. Martin, “Backgammon," Live Performance with musical agents at the 9th ACM Conference on Creativity and Cognition, Sydney, Australia (2013)
  • A. Martin, “Isidore," Musical Agent Performance at Diffuse Concert, University of Technology, Sydney, (June 2012)
  • O. Bown, P. Hollo and A. Martin, Untitled Improvisation, Improvisation with Cello and agent-controlled electronics at Diffuse Concert, University of Technology, Sydney, (June 2012)
  • A. Zeman, B. Carey and A. Martin, Untitled Improvisation, Improvisation with Trombone and agent-controlled electronics at Algorithmic Improviser: Performance Night, Serial Space, Sydney, (April 2012)
  • E. Dorian, O. Bown and A. Martin, Untitled Improvisation, Improvisation with Drums and agent-controlled electronics at Algorithmic Improviser: Performance Night, Serial Space, Sydney, (April 2012)
  • A. Martin and K. Beilharz, “Windtraces," Sound installation Exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sydney (2011)