Yet another name change: Musifier Adaptive Improviser - MAI. Even better than MARCO.
Yet another name change: Musifier Real-time Composer - MARCO. Tells you more what it is about.
Product name change: Musifier Adaptive Orchestra replaces Musifier Virtual Orchestra
New musifier website launched
New version of MVO available for download
On-line article on MVO in IDG.se (Swedish)
MVO 0.9.5b is available for testing.
MVO 0.9.4b is available for testing.
The Musifier Virtual Orchestra applet is published at www.interamus.com.
The Musifier appears in TV8. Watch online!
MVO beta 2 is now available.
A MVO beta 1 is released.
InterAmus Music Systems presents the Musifier at the Game Developers Conference Expo in San Jose, California, march 22 - 24.
InterAmus Music Systems receives 300 000 SEK as federal seed funding from the Vinnova VinnNu 2005 competition.
Andrea Rosengren and Jenny Sundén is awarded second price and
10 000 SEK in Excitera Innovation Challenge at KTH for MusicLoveMatch, an innovation plan for an application of InterAmus Musifier.
InterAmus Music Systems AB is formed.
Presentation of the InterAmus Musifier (ppt, html) at Excitera Innovation Challenge, KTH, Stockholm.
InterAmus teams up with IQube Entrepreneurial Centre in downtown Stockholm. IQube adds strength and competence valuable for the building of InterAmus Music Systems.
Version 0.8 of the polyphonic logic implementation completed.
Seminar at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Speech, Music and Hearing: "Automatic musical interpretation of non-deterministic processes with focus on computer games and other interactive narratives". Jonas Edlund of InterAmus Music Systems demonstrates the InterAmus Musifier prototypes and technology. More seminars at KTH, Speech, Music and Hearing.
Ny Teknik, Sweden's largest technical news magazine, has an article on InterAmus Music Systems.
Implemention of polyphonic logic begins.
Jonas Edlund and the InterAmus Musifier project is awarded 15 000 SEK in step two of the business plan contest Venture Cup 2004.
Analysis and design of polyphonic logic.
Jonas Edlund receives the Stockholm Inventors Award of 100 000 SEK for the software system TIMUS – Thematic Interpolation Music System – the cornerstone of the InterAmus Musifier technology.
Press release in Swedish. (.pdf)
Jonas Edlund makes a presentation of InterAmus Music Systems at Lindahls law firm, Stockholm, in cooperation with Connect Öst.
InterAmus enters the Business Lab Program of Kista Innovation and Growth in Kista. We get valuable coaching in business development.
The first InterAmus prototype is shown at the SISU show-case at the Sixteenth International Joint Conference of Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) in Stockholm, Sweden, between 31 July and 6 August, 1999.
A TV-spot is recorded for the Danish Broadcasting Company. This first prototype was a simple rule-based system and not constructed according to the principle of music morphing.
The InterAmus project is initiated at the Swedish Institute for System Development, SISU. SISU later fused with IMT under the name of Framkom and dissolved in 2002.