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From: David James Moffat <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: 17 June 2019 19:44
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: WIMP 2019 Deadline Extension

 

(Apologies for cross-posting)

 

Deadline Extension: 5th Workshop on Intelligent Music Production

 

Submission Deadline 17th June 2019 24th June 2019

 

Due to popular request, we have extended the deadline for submissions until next Monday the 24th June.

 

We would like to invite submissions from the community for the 5th Workshop on Intelligent Music Production which will be taking place on Friday 6th September 2019. This annual event brings together academics and industry to investigate and advance audio production by using cutting-edge tools and processes.

The event is being run alongside the 22nd International Conference on Digital Audio Effects, also hosted at Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK. 

 

If you wish to submit, please take note of the following dates

  • 17th June 2019 Deadline for full paper submissions
  • 8th July 2019 Notification of Acceptance
  • 29th July 2019 Camera Ready Submission
  • 30th August 2019 Registration Deadline for Authors
  • 6th September 2019 Workshop

 

Full details can be found on the conference website

 


Call for Papers:

Read the full call for papers on the conference website

The production of music requires creativity, extensive knowledge of audio processing and exceptional listening skills. Many of these complex production processes have rules that could be made more intuitive, or managed by intelligent processes. The aim of the conference is to discover new music production techniques using state-of-the-art practices and techniques.

 

This event will provide an overview of the tools and techniques currently being developed in the field, whilst providing insight for audio engineers, producers and musicians looking to gain access to new technologies. The day will consist of presentations from leading academics, keynotes, posters and demonstrations.

 

Suggested topics include:

• Automatic Mixing Technologies

• Melody Generation

• Philosophical foundations of IMP systems

• Improving Accessibility to Music Production

• Philosophical foundations of IMP systems

• Intelligent and Assistive Production Tools

• Semantically powered mixing technology

• Utilising novel Human Inputs for the Mixing Experience

 

As well as submissions in the following general areas:

• Perception, psychoacoustics and evaluation

• Source separation

• Semantic audio processing

• Musical similarity and structure analysis

Submission Format

 

Paper submissions are accepted in PDF format and should be between 2 and 4 pages, including references. Templates for submission are available for Word and LaTeX.

Papers should be sent to [log in to unmask].

On submission, authors should express in their email a preference for either poster or oral presentation. The reviewers may recommend a paper be for oral presentation or poster.

 


 

We look forward to your submissions and to welcoming you to Birmingham in September

 

WIMP 2019: Friday 6th September, 2019

http://wimp2019.bcu.ac.uk/

 

DAFx 2019: Monday 2nd to Thursday 5th September

http://dafx2019.bcu.ac.uk/

 

Digital Media Technology Lab, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK

http://dmtlab.bcu.ac.uk/



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