Team: Guillaume Pellerin Thomas Fillon Joséphine Simonnot Aude Da-Cruz-Lima Anas Ghrab (Tunisie)
Since 2007, French ethnomusicologists and Parisson Company have joined their efforts to develop a collaborative web platform for managing and improve access to 40.000 digitized sound archives from the CNRS-Musée de l’Homme collections (http://archives.crem-cnrs.fr/). Today, 23.000 folk music recordings are on free access. This Multimedia Asset Management System is able to produce various visualizations, time-based annotations, semantic segmentation, in order to involve the local communities and the users.
Key words: intangible heritage, free access, collaborative, time-based annotation, digital humanities