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Sunday, 11 September 2016
19:00-19:30

The proceedings of ICMC2016 are online at http://www.icmc2016.com/proceedings.pdf

20:00-22:00
(TivoliVredenburg)
ICMC 2016 will be officially opened by the Councillor for Culture of the City of Utrecht. There will be drinks and musical performances by DJ DNADianne Verdonk and the Smartphone Orchestra.
 
Monday, 12 September 2016
9:00-9:30
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine) [CT Aesthetic or Tech]

with:  Miriam Akkermann, Richard Dudas, Dick Rijken, Benjamin Smith, Hans Timmermans (chair).
 

9:40-10:40
Acoustics of Music
TivoliVredenburg Club 9TivoliVredenburg Hertz

session chair: Hans Timmermans

The Effects of Reverberation Time and Amount on the Emotional CharacteristicsRonald Mo, HKUST; Bin Wu, HKUST; Andrew Horner, HKUSTCommonality Analysis of Chinese Folk Songs based on LDRCT Audio Segmentation AlgorithmJuan Li, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Yinrui Wang, Xi'an Jiaotong University; Xinyu Yang, Xi'an Jiaotong UniversityAdditive Synthesis with Band-Limited Oscillator SectionsPeter Pabon, Royal Conservatoire; So Oishi, Royal Conservatoire

session chair: Sever Tipei.

Panoramix: 3D mixing and post-production workstationThibaut Carpentier, UMR 9912 STMS IRCAM – CNRS – UPMCKronos Meta-Sequencer -- From Ugens to Orchestra, Score and BeyondVesa Norilo, University of Arts
10:40-11:10
(....)
11:10-12:40
TivoliVredenburg Club 9TivoliVredenburg Hertz De Punt

session chair: Than van Nispen

Exploiting Mimetic Theory for Instrument DesignPhilip Wigham, Manchester Metropolitan UniversityGraphical Temporal Structured Programming for Interactive MusicJean-Michaël Celerier, LaBRI / Blue Yeti; Myriam Desainte-Catherine, Université de Bordeaux, LaBRI, CNRS, INRIA; Jean-Michel Couturier, Blue YetiViewing the Wrong Side of the Screen in Experimental Electronica PerformancesSonya HoferBalancing Defiance and Cooperation: The Design and Human Critique of a Virtual Free ImproviserRitwik Banerji, UC Berkeley

session chair: Richard Dudas.

Introducing CatOracle: Corpus-based concatenative improvisation with the Audio Oracle algorithmAaron Einbond, City University London; Diemo Schwarz, IRCAM/CNRS/UPMC; Riccardo Borghesi, IRCAM/CNRS/UPMC; Norbert Schnell, IRCAM/CNRS/UPMCA Permissive Graphical Patcher for SuperCollider SynthsFrédéric Dufeu, University of HuddersfieldMulti-Point Nonlinear Spatial Distribution of Effects across the SoundfieldStuart James
12:00-21:00
(TivoliVredenburg)

Continuously from Monday to Friday:

35. Aggregat
509. FRAMEWORK
178. I Hear You See Me
306. The Flower of Afterimage
160. SKIN
117. Sound Game

Besides HKU alumni Jeroen Strijbos & Rob van Rijswijk will be present with a new installation (off-ICMC):
* Rocking Chairs - Strijbos & Van Rijswijk, more information here.

12:10-15:30
(Pandora) [Piece & Paper]

session chair: Hans Timmermans.

InMuSIC: an Interactive Multimodal System for Electroacoustic ImprovisationGiacomo Lepri, Institute of Sonology - STEIMMolecular Sonification of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Data as a Novel Tool for Sound CreationFalk Morawitz, University of ManchesterGranular Spatialisation, a new method for diffusing sound in high-density arrays of loudspeakersJavier Alejandro Garavaglia, University of the West of EnglandThe Paradox of Random OrderJeyong Jung, Institute of Sonology; Peter Pabon, Institute of Sonology; Graham Flett, Institute of SonologyMOTIVIC THOROUGH-COMPOSITION APPLIED TO A NETWORK OF INTELLIGENT AGENTSJuan Vasquez, Aalto University; Koray Tahiroğlu, Aalto University; Johan Kildal, IK4-TEKNIKER
12:10-14:30
NIME
....TivoliVredenburg Plein 5
Fluid Control - Media Evolution In WaterChristoph Theiler, wechselstrom; Renate Pittroff, wechselstrom“MUCCA”: an Integrated Educational Platform for Generative Artwork and Collaborative WorkshopsTakayuki Hamano, Tokyo University of the Arts; Tsuyoshi Kawamura, TAJISOFT Dev.; Ryu Nakagawa, Nagoya City University; Kiyoshi Furukawa, Tokyo University of the ArtsElectro Contra: Innovation for TraditionBenjamin Smith, Indiana-University Purdue-University IndianapolisHoneybadger and LR.step: A Versitile Drum Sequencer DMIMorgan Jenks, Texas A&M UniversityRecorderology - development of a web based instrumentation tool concerning recorder instrumentsUlrike Mayer-Spohn, FHNW Basel; Keitaro Takahashi, FHNW Basel
14:00-16:30
(RASA Theater) [Aesth Theory Phil]

session chair: Sonya Hofer.

KARLAX PERFORMANCE TECHNIQUES: IT FEELS LIKED. Andrew STEWART, University of LethbridgeMusic Industry, Academia and the PublicCarola Boehm, Manchester Metropolitan UniversityA cross-genres (ec)static perspective on contemporary experimental musicRiccardo Wanke, University ‘Nova’ of Lisbon. Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e HumanasDiegetic Affordances and Affect in Electronic MusicAnil Camci, University of Illinois at Chicago; Vincent Meelberg, Radboud University NijmegenThe Effect of DJs’ Social Network on Music PopularityHyeongseok Wi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Kyung Hoon Hyun, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; Jongpil Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology; WonJae Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
14:30-15:30
(RASA studio)

The workshop SMARTER MUSIC is about new and musical ways to use our smartphone.

Almost everyone has a smartphone. On average, we check our phones every five (!) minutes each day.

We are addicted to our phones, we feel lonely without them. We allow Facebook and YouTube to read and sell our souls. We are checking out things we don't really want to know, we are texting even in our sleep.
But we could use them to make music!

Today we all have a speaker in our pocket, powered by a strong computer. The musical potential is enormous.
New musical instruments, multi-speaker improvisations, real time musical dialogue with friends across the globe - you name it.

SMARTER MUSIC is the kick-off of a new project by composer Arthur Wagenaar (The Netherlands), loosely based upon The Circle by Dave Eggers, in which the dangerous power of the smartphone will be sonified.

First we will present this exciting project, our ideas and goals. Secondly and most importantly, 

All ICMC participants are warmly invited to our open brainstorm session, aimed to inspiring each other. How to create new instruments on our phones? What should they be able to do? How should they work? Who's in control? How to connect? Come and give the field a boost!

Workshop Smarter MusicArthur Wagenaar, Stichting Goed Bezig!
15:30-16:30
(RASA studio)Notating, Performing and Interpreting Musical Movement WorkshopRichard Hoadley, Anglia Ruskin University
17:00-18:00
(Flora's Hof)
off-ICMC event showcasing the carillon of the famous Dom church and highlighting Utrecht-associated composers, performed by Malgosia Fiebig, the city carilloneur of Utrecht:
* Vorst aan de Grond (2000) for carillon, bells and soundtrack - René Uijlenhoet
* Vierkant (2005)for carillon and live electronics - Jorrit Tamminga
* De Toren (1988/2000) for carillon - Louis Andriessen
* some short pieces by Jacob van Eyck
18:00-19:00
(....)
19:00-20:30
TivoliVredenburg Cloud NinePandora
20:30-21:00
(....)
21:00-22:30
(TivoliVredenburg Hertz)
Tuesday, 13 September 2016
9:00-9:30
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine) [CT Sky Local ?]

with Aaron Einbond, Pete Furniss, Henk Heuvelmans (chair), Peter Nelson


 

9:40-10:40
Analysis ECMCompSys in Education
TivoliVredenburg Hertz De PuntTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Peter Nelson.

Granular Wall: approaches to sonifying fluid motionJonathon Kirk, North Central College; Lee Weisert, University of North CarolinaThe Computer Realization of John Cage’s Williams MixTom Erbe, UC San Diego

session chair: Roger Dannenberg.

Computer-Based Tutoring for Conducting StudentsAndrea Salgian, The College of New Jersey; David Vickerman, The College of New Jerseya Band is Born: a digital learning game for Max/MSPOliver Hancock, Nelson Marlborough Institute of TechnologyDetecting Pianist Hand Posture Mistakes for Virtual Piano TutoringDavid Johnson, University of Victoria; Isabelle Dufour, University of Victoria; Daniela Damian, University of Victoria; George Tzanetakis, University of Victoria
11:10-12:10
(TivoliVredenburg Hertz)

Is the mind the limit?

Will the future of machine learning give us new tools for creativity or will it run us over?

12:00-21:00
(TivoliVredenburg)

Continuously from Monday to Friday:

35. Aggregat
509. FRAMEWORK
178. I Hear You See Me
306. The Flower of Afterimage
160. SKIN
117. Sound Game

Besides HKU alumni Jeroen Strijbos & Rob van Rijswijk will be present with a new installation (off-ICMC):
* Rocking Chairs - Strijbos & Van Rijswijk, more information here.

12:10-16:30
(Pandora)
12:10-14:30
....TivoliVredenburg Plein 5
A Fluid Chord Voicing GeneratorDaniel Scanteianu, Stony Brook University; Errick Jackson, Harvey Mudd College; Robert Keller, Harvey Mudd CollegeHow To Play the PianoRichard Hoadley, Anglia Ruskin UniversityMarkov Networks for Free ImprovisersStefano Kalonaris, Sonic Arts Research CentreDesigning a Digital GamelanAdrien L' Honoré Naber, DIGIGAMWavefolding: Modulation of Adjustable Symmetry in Sawtooth and Triangular WaveformsEdward Kelly, Synchroma Audio EngineeringTowards an Aesthetic of Instrumental Plausibility for Mixed Electronic MusicRichard Dudas, Hanyang University; Pete Furniss, University of EdinburghNoise in the CloudsEva Sjuve, University of Huddersfield
14:00-16:30
Alg CompAnalysis/Synthesis
RASA TheaterTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Hans Timmermans.

Musical Style Modification as an Optimization ProblemFrank Zalkow, Saarland University; Stephan Brand, SAP SE; Benjamin Graf, SAP SESynchronization in Networks of Delayed OscillatorsAndreas Henrici, Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften; Martin Neukom, Zürcher Hochschule der KünsteUsing Software Emulation to Explore the Creative and Technical Processes in Computer Music: John Chowning’s Stria, a case study from the TaCEM projectMichael Clarke, University of Huddersfield; Frédéric Dufeu, University of Huddersfield; Peter Manning, Durham UniversityConcatenative Synthesis via Chord-Based Segmentation For "An Experiment with Time"Daniele Ghisi, STMS Lab; Mattia G. Bergomi, Champalimaud Neuroscience ProgrammeIntroducing a Context-based Model and Language for Representation, Transformation, Visualization, Analysis and Generation of MusicDavid Hofmann, University of Music Karlsruhe

session chair: Diemo Schwarz.

Spatiotemporal GranulationMuhammad Hafiz Wan Rosli, University of California, Santa Barbara; Curtis Roads, University of CaliforniaThe Sound Analysis Toolbox (SATB)Tae Hong Park, New York University; Sumanth Srinivasan, New York Universityshort overview of parametric loudspeakers array technology and its implications in spatialization in electronic musicJaime Reis, INET-md / Festival DMEExtended Convolution Techniques for Cross-SynthesisChris Donahue, University of California San Diego; Tom Erbe, University of California San Diego; Miller Puckette, University of California San DiegoComposing and Performing Digital Voice Using Microphone-Centric Gesture and Control DataKristina Warren, University of VirginiaThe Emotional Characteristics of Mallet Percussion Instruments with Different Pitches and Mallet HardnessChuck-jee Chau, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Andrew Horner, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
15:30-16:30
(RASA studio)workshop IOM-AIM ResearchPeter van Bergen, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, LOOS Foundation / Studio LOOS; Johan van Kreij, LOOS Foundation / Studio LOOS
17:00-18:00
TivoliVredenburg Plein 5Fentener van Vlissingenzaal
19:00-20:30
TivoliVredenburg Cloud NinePandora
21:00-22:30
(TivoliVredenburg Hertz)
23:00-23:55
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine)

Collaboration with Sonic Acts, presenting 2 performances by:

Tarik Barri (audiovisual performance)
* Homage to Dick Raaijmakers - Thomas Ankersmit

 

http://sonicacts.com/portal/homage-to-dick-raaijmakers-at-icmc

Wednesday, 14 September 2016
9:00-9:30
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine) [CT Education Sky]

with: Richard Dudas, Rens Machielse, Benjamin Smith, Hans Timmermans (chair), Marcel Wierckx

 

9:40-10:40
Studio ReportsHist & Ed
TivoliVredenburg Hertz De PuntTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Tom Erbe

CREATE Studio Report 2016Curtis Roads, UCSB; Clarence Barlow, UCSBComputer Music Studio and Sonic Lab at Anton Bruckner University Studio ReportAndreas Weixler, Anton Bruckner University; Se-Lien Chuang, Atelier Avant Austriastudio reportsChristopher Keyes, Hong Kong Baptist University

session chair: Richard Dudas.

Electroacoustic Music as Born Digital HeritageHannah BosmaCOMPUTER MUSIC INTERPRETATION IN PRACTICESerge Lemouton, ircamNew Roles for Computer Musicians in S.T.E.A.M.Jeremy Baguyos, University of Nebraska (Omaha)
10:00-11:00
(TivoliVredenburg Hertz)
11:10-12:10
(TivoliVredenburg Hertz)

Whenever you hear a natural sound through loudspeakers, you are all too aware that it’s reproduced. That’s because our ear is capable of localizing sound objects by discerning their directivity patterns. By slightly moving your head you’ll recognize the loudspeaker’s acoustic signature, which proves you are not listening to the real thing.

A dreamed solution would be a loudspeaker that draws less attention to itself than to the sound it represents. It should be acoustically transparent, without adding or removing information while preserving sound stability in all directions. OmniWave, a revolutionary virtual speaker, is the first sound imaging device in the world to achieve this.

12:00-21:00
(TivoliVredenburg)

Continuously from Monday to Friday:

35. Aggregat
509. FRAMEWORK
178. I Hear You See Me
306. The Flower of Afterimage
160. SKIN
117. Sound Game

Besides HKU alumni Jeroen Strijbos & Rob van Rijswijk will be present with a new installation (off-ICMC):
* Rocking Chairs - Strijbos & Van Rijswijk, more information here.

12:10-16:30
(Pandora)
12:10-14:30
....TivoliVredenburg Plein 5
The Things of Shapes: Waveform Generation using 3D Vertex DataKevin Schlei, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Rebecca Yoshikane, University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeWebHexIso: A Customizable Web-based Hexagonal Isomorphic Musical Keyboard InterfaceHanlin Hu, University of Regina; David Gerhard, University of ReginaMusicBox: creating a musical space with mobile devicesJan-Torsten Milde, Fulda University of Applied Science
14:00-16:30
RASA TheaterTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Jaime Reis.

Zirkonium 3.1 - a toolkit for spatial composition and performanceChikashi Miyama, ZKM; Götz Dipper, ZKM; Ludger Brümmer, ZKMA 3-D Future for Loudspeaker Orchestras Emulated in Higher-Order AmbisonicsNatasha Barrett, University of OsloExtending the piano through spatial transformation of motion capture dataMartin Ritter, University of Calgary; Alyssa Aska, University of CalgaryApproaches to Real Time Ambisonic Spatialization and Sound Diffusion using Motion CaptureAlyssa Aska, University of Calgary; Martin Ritter, University of CalgaryBig Tent: A Portable Immersive Intermedia EnvironmentBenjamin Smith, Indiana-University Purdue-University Indianapolis; Robin Cox, IUPUIGesture-based Collaborative Virtual Reality Performance in CarillonRob Hamilton, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Chris Platz, California College of the ArtsEmphasizing Form in Virtual Reality-Based Music PerformanceZachary Berkowitz, Louisiana State University; Edgar Berdahl, Louisiana State University; Stephen David Beck, Louisiana State University

session chair: Than van Nispen.

Description of Chord Progressions by Minimal Transport Graphs Using the System & Contrast ModelCorentin Louboutin, Université Rennes 1; Frédéric Bimbot, CNRSDo Structured Dichotomies Help in Music Genre Classification?Tom Arjannikov, University of Victoria; John Zhang, University of LethbridgeBio-Sensing and Bio-Feedback Instruments --- DoubleMyo, MuseOSC and MRTI2015 ---Yoichi Nagashima, Shizuoka University of Art and CultureThe GiantSteps Project: A Second-Year Intermediate ReportPeter Knees, Johannes Kepler University Linz; Kristina Andersen, Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music (STEIM); Sergi Jordà, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Michael Hlatky, Native Instruments GmbH; Andrés Bucci, Reactable Systems; Wulf Gaebele, Yadastar GmbH; Roman Kaurson, JCP-Connect SASA supervised approach for rhythm transcription based on tree series enumerationAdrien Ycart, Sorbonne Universités, STMS (Ircam, CNRS, UPMC); Florent Jacquemard, Sorbonne Universités, STMS (Ircam, CNRS, UPMC) / Inria Paris; Jean Bresson, Sorbonne Universités, STMS (Ircam, CNRS, UPMC); Slawek Staworko, University of EdinburghRecreating Gérard Grisey’s Vortex Temporum with cageDaniele Ghisi, STMS Lab; Andrea Agostini, Conservatorio di Torino; Eric Maestri, LabEx GREAM, Université de Strasbourg
15:30-16:30
(RASA studio)

Workshop by Olivier Schreuder from Taraf

16:30-18:30

Visit HKU Music and Technology

Starting in the late seventies, HKU Music and Technology has acquired an international reputation for its project-based education and research which is relevant to the creative industries and to society.
During your visit to the institute, you will get a brief glimpse into this education and research plus a tour around the labs and the brand new music studio complex. The visit ends with an informal drink with typical Dutch snacks.
If you'd like to attend this visit, please send an email to martijn.vangessel@icmc2016.com before September 12 with the subject Visit HKU Music and Technology.

Date & time of the visit: Wednesday 14 September 17u00 - 18u00.
Gathering at 16u30 at the Central Ticket Office (TivoliVredenburg).
From there we will take you to HKU Music and Technology.

Background information
www.hku.nl/home-en.htm
www.hku.nl/Opleidingen/MuziekEnTechnologie/OverHKUMuziekEnTechnologie1.htm (in Dutch)
www.hku.nl/Homeen/Courses/Masters/MasterOfMusicMusicDesign.htm
www.hku.nl/Homeen/Research/Professorships/ResearchProgrammeMusicDesign.htm

17:00-18:00
(RASA studio)
19:00-20:30
TivoliVredenburg Cloud NinePandora
19:30-20:30
(Kytopia)

Workshop Modulation by Allert Aalders of Sonar Traffic.

20:30-21:30
(Kytopia)

Modulation concert curated by Allert Aalders of Sonar Traffic.

Thursday, 15 September 2016
9:00-9:30
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine) [CT Composer Musician]

with: Se-Lien Chuang, Henk Heuvelmans (chair), Steven Kemper, Michèl Koenders, Andreas Weixler

9:40-10:40
TivoliVredenburg Hertz De PuntTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Hans Timmermans.

Sound, Electronics and Music: an evaluation of early embodied educationLauren Hayes, Arizona State UniversityPerforming Computer Network Music. Well-known challenges and new possibilities.Miriam Akkermann, University Bayreuth

session chair: Jon Nelson

The Effects of Pitch and Dynamics on the Emotional Characteristics of Bowed String InstrumentsSamuel J. M. Gilburt, Newcastle University; Chuck-jee Chau, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Andrew Horner, The Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyThe Effects of MP3 Compression on Emotional CharacteristicsRonald Mo, HKUST; Ga Lam Choi, HKUST; Chung Lee, Singapore University of Technology and Design; Andrew Horner, HKUST
10:40-11:40
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine)
11:10-12:10
(TivoliVredenburg Club 9)
12:00-21:00
(TivoliVredenburg)

Continuously from Monday to Friday:

35. Aggregat
509. FRAMEWORK
178. I Hear You See Me
306. The Flower of Afterimage
160. SKIN
117. Sound Game

Besides HKU alumni Jeroen Strijbos & Rob van Rijswijk will be present with a new installation (off-ICMC):
* Rocking Chairs - Strijbos & Van Rijswijk, more information here.

12:10-16:30
(Pandora)
12:10-14:30
....TivoliVredenburg Plein 5
Sound vest for dance performanceFelipe Otondo, Universidad Austral de ChileEvaluation of a Sketching Interface to Control a Concatenative Synthesiser.Augoustinos Tsiros, Edinburgh Napier University; Grégory Leplâtre, Edinburgh Napier UniversityComposition as an Evolving EntitySever Tipei, University of IllinoisNodewebba: Software for Composing with Networked Iterated MapsBret Battey, De Montfort UniversityRelative Sound Localization for Sources in a Haphazard Speaker ArrayNeal Anderson, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis; Benjamin Smith, IUPUIAIIS: An Intelligent Improvisational SystemSteven Leffue, University of California, San Diego; Grady Kestler, University of California, San DiegoRackFX: A Cloud-Based Solution for Analog Signal ProcessingSean Peuquet; David Jones, Madwire, LLC
13:30-15:30
Soft-&Hardware syst
RASA TheaterTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Diemo Schwarz.

Composing for an Orchestra of Sonic Objects: The Shake-ousmonium ProjectOtso Lähdeoja, University of the Arts, Sibelius AcademyHand Gestures in Music ProductionAxel Berndt, University of Music Detmold; Simon Waloschek, University of Music Detmold; Aristotelis Hadjakos, University of Music DetmoldGrab-and-play mapping: Creative machine learning approaches for musical inclusion and explorationHugo Scurto, Goldsmiths, University of London; Rebecca Fiebrink, Goldsmiths, University of LondonThe problem of musical gesture continuation and a baseline systemCharles Bascou, GMEM; Valentin Emiya, Aix-Marseille University; Mathieu Laurière, Université Denis Diderot (Paris VII)

session chair: Serge Lemouton.

Anthèmes 2: addressing the performability of live-electronic musicLaurens van der Wee, Utrecht School of the Arts; Roel van Doorn, Utrecht School of the Arts; Jos Zwaanenburg, Conservatory of AmsterdamStride: A Declarative and Reactive Language for Sound Synthesis and BeyondJoseph Tilbian, University of California, Santa Barbara; Andrés Cabrera, University of California, Santa BarbaraEmbedding native audio-processing in a score following system with almost sample accuracyPierre Donat-Bouillud, Ircam; Jean-Louis Giavitto, Ircam; Arshia Cont, Ircam; Nicolas Schmidt Gubbins, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile; Yann Orlarey, GrameA Literature Review of Interactive Conducting Systems: 1970-2015Kyungho Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Michael Junokas, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Guy Garnett, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignO2: Rethinking Open Sound ControlRoger B. Dannenberg, Carnegie Mellon University; Zhang Chi, Carnegie Mellon University
13:30-14:30
(RASA studio)Introducing D4: An Interactive 3D Audio Rapid Prototyping and Transportable Rendering Environment Using High Density Loudspeaker ArraysIvica Bukvic, Virginia Tech
15:00-19:45
(....)

Buss transport is available to the Botanic gardens, where the day-out is and later on the Banquet.
Public transport is available for those who wish to go to the Banquet but not to the day-out.

The schedule:

15.00h    Transport by bus to the Botanic Gardens from Tivoli Vredenburg
15.30h    Welcome with coffee/tea and sweets
16.00h    Guided Tour through the Botanic Gardens

16:00h - 17:00    Public Transport to the Botanic Gardens from Tivoli Vredenburg (see announcements)

17.00h    Informal drinks with fingerfood
17.30h    Walking Dinner
19.00h    Coffee/tea and dessert
19.45h    Transport by bus back to Tivoli Vredenburg

 

17:00-18:00
(Fentener van Vlissingenzaal)
21:30-23:00
(TivoliVredenburg Grote Zaal)
23:00-23:55
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine)
Friday, 16 September 2016
9:00-9:30
(TivoliVredenburg Cloud Nine) [CT Composer Musician]

with: Roger Dannenberg, Richard Dudas, Rens Machielse (chair), Diemo Schwarz, Hans Timmermans.

9:40-10:40
TivoliVredenburg Hertz De PuntTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: David Hofmann.

Improvements of iSuperColliderKit and its ApplicationsAkinori Ito, Tokyo University of Technology; Kengo Wanatabe, Watanabe DENKI Inc.; Genki Kuroda, Tokyo University of Technology; Ken'ichiro Ito, Tokyo University of TechnologyThe Sky’s the Limit: Composition with Massive Replication and Time-shiftingChristopher Coleman, Hong Kong Baptist UniversitySCATLAVA: Software for Computer-Assisted Transcription Learning through Algorithmic Variation and AnalysisDavid Su, Inspiro

session chair: Felipe Otondo.

Effects of Test Duration in Subjective Listening TestsDiemo Schwarz, Ircam; Guillaume Lemaitre, Ircam; Mitsuko Aramaki, LMA; Richard Kronland-Martinet, LMAThe Ear Tone Toolbox for Auditory Distortion Product SynthesisAlex Chechile, Stanford UniversitySonification of Optically-Ordered Brownian MotionChad McKell, Wake Forest University
11:10-12:10
TivoliVredenburg Hertz De PuntTivoliVredenburg Club 9

session chair: Sever Tipei.

Cybernetic Principles and Sonic EcosystemsAdam Collis, Coventry University; Daren Pickles, Coventry UniversityContinuous Order Polygonal Waveform SynthesisChristoph Hohnerlein, Stanford University; Maximilian Rest, Stanford University; Julius Orion Smith, Stanford UniversityTextual and Sonic Feedback Loops: Simultaneous conversations as a collaborative processChristopher Jette, University of Iowa; nathan krueger, university of oshkosh

session chair: Hans Timmermans.

Tectonic: a networked, generative and interactive, conducting environment for iPadLindsay Vickery, Edith Cowan University; Stuart James, Edith Cowan UniversityAVA: A Graphical User Interface For Automatic Vibrato and Portamento Detection and AnalysisLuwei Yang, Queen Mary University of London; Khalid Z. Rajab, Queen Mary University of London; Elaine Chew, Queen Mary University of LondonSpectrorhythmic evolutions: towards semantically enhanced algorave systemsAlo Allik, Queen Mary University of London
12:00-21:00
(TivoliVredenburg)

Continuously from Monday to Friday:

35. Aggregat
509. FRAMEWORK
178. I Hear You See Me
306. The Flower of Afterimage
160. SKIN
117. Sound Game

Besides HKU alumni Jeroen Strijbos & Rob van Rijswijk will be present with a new installation (off-ICMC):
* Rocking Chairs - Strijbos & Van Rijswijk, more information here.

12:10-16:30
(Pandora)
12:10-14:30
....TivoliVredenburg Plein 5
12:30-13:30
(TivoliVredenburg Grote Zaal)
14:00-16:30
(RASA Theater)

session chair: Hans Timmermans.

A Differential Equation Based Approach Sound Synthesis and SequencingByron Jacobs, University of the WitwatersrandMusic Poet:A Performance-Driven Composing SystemRongfeng Li, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications; Xinyun Zhang, Peking University; Minghui Bi, Peking UniversityMultiple Single-Dimension Mappings of the Henon Attractor as a Compositional AlgorithmRodney Waschka, North Carolina State University; Alexandra Kurepa, North Carolina A&T State UniversityFrom live to interactive electronics. Symbiosis: a study on sonic human-computer synergy.Artemi-Maria Gioti, University of Music and performing Arts GrazComposing in Bohlen-Pierce and Carlos alpha scales for solo clarinetTodd Harrop, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg; Nora-Louise Müller, Hochschule für Musik und Theater HamburgA Web-based System for Designing Interactive Virtual SoundscapesAnil Camci, University of Illinois at Chicago; Paul Murray, University of Illinois at Chicago; Angus Forbes, University of Illinois at Chicago
14:30-16:30
(TivoliVredenburg Club 9)
17:00-18:00
(Fentener van Vlissingenzaal)
19:00-20:30
21:00-22:30
(TivoliVredenburg Hertz)

 

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