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Call for contributions

Contributions as papers for oral or poster presentation are welcomed, as are music submissions to be part of the conference concert programme.

The full call for contributions can be viewed as a .pdf file here.

The call for papers is closed. All accepted papers have been notified and the deadline for submission of camera-ready copy for inclusion in the proceedings has now passed.

Important dates

Paper submission deadline

February 27th 2015

Music submission deadline

February 27th 2015

Notification of acceptance

April 17th 2015

Revisions and camera-ready copy deadline

May 1st 2015

  • Sound, Music and motions (e.g. analysis, retrieval, synthesis, composition, performance, music for images)

    Contribution types

    CMMR2015 welcomes contributions for both short and long papers. State of the art and position papers are also welcome either in long or short formats. Music submissions, including audio/multimedia submissions in any genre are welcome. See the author instructions & submission page for more details.

    Topics

    Original contributions are encouraged in, but not limited to, the following topics:

    • Music and emotion
    • Embodiment in performance
    • Motion and gesture
    • Therapy and remediation
  • Gestural control of sound synthesis
  • Musical gesture analysis
  • Augmented musical instruments
  • Musical interfaces
  • Musically inspired HCI
  • Mapping and Sonification
  • Computational musicology
  • Auditory perception and cognition
  • Virtual reality, augmented reality and human-computer interaction related to music
  • Digital music libraries
  • User studies (e.g. ethnography, usability of music software)
  • New methods for music representation and visualization
  • Retrieval and music recommendation tools
  • Intelligent music tutoring systems
  • Music games and interactive learning
  • Music production and composition tools
  • Structuring of audio data
  • Cooperative music networks
  • Analysis, recognition, comparison, classification, and modeling of sound and music
  • Music and sound data mining
  • Sound synthesis
  • Optical music recognition
  • Semantic web music technologies
  • Sound source separation
  • Music structure analysis
  • Music transcription
  • Artificial intelligence and cognitive science for sound and music

Details regarding submission procedure and formatting can be found on the instructions for author page.

 



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