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Young Apprenticeship

From January 2017 LIM opens its doors to high school students, in particular from music, media and technology fields.
Info: ▸COSP
Contacts: ▸Luca A. Ludovico

1. Digitization of LIM Phonic Archive

Activated on: January 2017
Status: active
Students enrolled: 79
Shools enrolled: 17
Total amount of hours: 3400

The apprenticeship consists in the digitization of phonic material from analog media (vinyls and magnetic tapes), ranging from the preparation of materials to the analog-to-digital conversion, from simple editing operations to preservation.
All student activities are supervised by experts.

We gratefully acknowledge all the participating schools: I.I.S. Alessandro Volta, Lodi - Liceo Scientifico Statale Alessandro Volta, Milano - I.I.S. Allende-Custodi, Milano - Liceo Classico e Musicale Statale Bartolomeo Zucchi, Monza - Liceo statale Carlo Tenca, Milano - Liceo statale Carlo Tenca, Milano - Istituto Omnicomprensivo Musicale Statale Cuoco Sassi, Milano - Liceo Scientifico Statale Donato Bramante, Magenta - Liceo Scientifico Elio Vittorini, Milano - I.T.I.S. Enrico Mattei, San Donato - Liceo Scientifico Galileo Galilei, Erba - Liceo Classico Giovanni Berchet, Milano - I.I.S. Giovanni Giorgi, Milano - I.I.S. Iris Versari, Cesano Maderno - Liceo Scientifico Statale Leonardo da Vinci, Milano - Liceo Scientifico Vittorio Veneto, Milano - Liceo Scientifico Vittorio Veneto, Milano.

Access the digital archive: ▸magnetic tapes, ▸33 RPM vinyls

2. Production of Materials for the Advanced Interaction with Music Content

Activated on: September 2017
Status: to be activated

This didactic experience focuses on the realization of music documents in IEEE 1599 format, an international standard which provides a multi-layer representation of all the information related to a single piece of music.
Student's tasks include: transcribing scores through a digital editor (e.g., MuseScore and Finale), exporting them as XML, entering catalog metadata, performing the graphic mapping of score images and the sound mapping of the tracks to be synchronized .
Examples of the results produced by these operations can be found in the ▸EMIPIU platform.
The documents prepared by students will increase the digital archive publicly available via the web.

Laboratorio di Informatica Musicale
Dipartimento di Informatica
Università degli Studi di Milano
Via Celoria 18, 20133 Milano, ITALY
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Goffredo Haus, director
Phone: +39 02 50316 222
  Luca A. Ludovico, technical contact
Phone: +39 02 50316 382
Phone: +39 02 50316 382