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Ethan Manilow is a PhD student studying Computer Science working under Bryan Pardo in the Interactive Audio Lab at Northwestern University. He is a musician, coder, and fun person. He refuses to decide whether he loves cats or dogs more.


>>> Projects
  • nussl 2015 - Present
    A python audio source separation library with implementation of many popular algorithms. [github] [docs]
  • WUT 2017 - Present
    The Web Unmixing Toolbox. An interactive, web-based audio source separation tool for end users. [github] [demo]
  • LabVIEW Hack Computer Simulation 2014
    A functional computer simulation built using only primitive NAND gates entirely LabVIEW. Implemented all primitive and compound logic gates, ALU, registers, clock, and RAM. [demo]
  • SampSyn 2012
    A Mac OSX real-time, granular music synthesizer that creates output based on MIDI input and a user specified audio file. Presented at AES Conference, San Francisco 2012. [github] [demo]
>>> Publications
  • [pdf] [demo] Manilow, Ethan, et al. "Predicting algorithm efficacy for adaptive multi-cue source separation." Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2017 IEEE Workshop on. IEEE, 2017.

    Merit-based Travel Grant Recipient

  • [pdf] Manilow, Ethan, and Bryan Pardo. "Leveraging repetition to do audio imputation." Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA), 2017 IEEE Workshop on. IEEE, 2017.

  • Amram, N., et al. "Streamlined calibrations of the ATLAS precision muon chambers for initial LHC running." Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 671 (2012): 40-50.
>>> Music
>>> CV [pdf]

His email address is his first and last name at Google's email service.