Thu, Jan 2, 2014 2-minute read

2013 came a few months ago… aaaaand it’s gone. So here you have the list of things that gave some sort of meaning to my life in the past year.

  • Main organizer of NEMISIG 2013, Boston, MA, USA
  • The Thing Bag Urine, Mà en Tarrina World Tour 2013
  • Cover of Undertow, by Pain Of Salvation
  • Cover of My Guitar Gently Weeps, by The Beatles
  • I develop a system to automatically extract the sections of a song for Harmonix
  • Doubts about eating meat, reduce the consumption of animal products significantly
  • Cover of I’d live to a Lemur, by Estanislau Verdet
  • Cover of 2010 by Pau Vallvé
  • Vacations with Nat in Vancouver
  • ICASSP 2014, Vancouver, Canada (paper here)
  • AQL 2013, Cincinnati, OH, USA (paper here)
  • Screaming Lesson Live in Cincinnati, in the Gala Dinner of AQL 2013
  • I move to Brooklyn with Nat! In love with Brooklyn and with her
  • New course on iOS Applications designed and taught by me for Master students of music technology at NYU
  • NIME 2013, Kaist, South Korea (I didn’t go, Professor Tae Hong Park presented the paper)
  • ICMC 2013, Perth, Australia (I didn’t go, Professor Tae Hong Park presented the paper)
  • Cover of Un día en el Parque, by Love of Lesbian
  • Vacations in Barcelona and Menorca with Nat! Festa Major and an amazing wedding of Bernat Maspons & Anna Masdevall. Live concert of The Bag Of Urine!
  • Main instructor of C Programming for Music Technology at NYU
  • Explorations of Meshuggah’s rhythm in Catch 33
  • ISMIR 2013, Curitiba, Brazil (you can read the papers presented here, here and here)
  • AirJam presented at CMMR 2013, Marseille, France (original paper here)
  • Cover of 3 Libras by A Perfect Circle
  • AirJam available on the AppStore
  • My mom visits me in New York, and we sing at the Arlene’s Gorcery Karaoke!
  • Christmas in Miami with Nat’s family
  • Videoclip of Heavy Metal Christmas, with other 18 musicians and Andy Feehan!
  • Vacations in the peninsula of Yucatán, México
  • New Year’s Eve in Miami with Nat’s family

Happy new year Titanics!