Research and development
R&D is at the heart of what we do, as we invest in features like dynamic notation and audio alignment.
Dynamic notation: Tido and MEI
Tido’s music notation format favours the separation of semantic content from its presentation, allowing Tido’s music to be modelled with precision, without making compromises for layout.
The foundation of this format is the Music Encoding Initiative (MEI), an open source framework to represent music notation, rooted in music scholarship and critical editing.
Tido also uses the semantic power of MEI to connect existing notation material – including scans and facsimiles – with all the richness of linked audio, video and text.
Tido works with Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), recognised for its world-leading multidisciplinary research group in the field of Music & Audio Technology. QMUL research allows us to explore new ways of intelligently analysing musical data, linking the audio with notation to give our users an enriched musical experience.
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