General Program

Note: all times are given in Central European Summer Time (CEST). Details on music can be found in the Music program pageFull SMC2020 proceedings can be downloaded here.

ORAL SESSION 1 - ANNIVERSARIES

Wednesday, June 24 (15:20-16:20)

Session Chair: Andrea Valle (Università di Torino)

#40. Sixteen years of Sound and Music Computing: A look into the history and trends of the Conference and Community

Davide Andrea Mauro, Federico Avanzini, Adriano Baratè, Luca Andrea Ludovico, Stavros Ntalampiras, Smilen Dimitrov and Stefania Serafin

#171. A compendium of bach's shortcomings as it turns ten (along with a few ideas on how to overcome them)

Daniele Ghisi and Andrea Agostini

#222. Improvements in bach 0.8.1, a user's perspective

Jonathan Bell

 
 
 

ORAL SESSION 2 - HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE FOR SMC

Wednesday, June 24 (17:05-18:15)

Session Chair: Anna Xambó (De Montfort University)

#54. WebAudioXML: Proposing a new standard for structuring web audio

Hans Lindetorp and Kjetil Falkenberg

#102. Web360Square: An interactive web application for viewing 3D audio-visual contents

Shin Kato, Tomohiro Ikeda, Mitsuaki Kawamorita, Manabu Tsukada and Hiroshi Esaki

#108. ASMD: An automatic framework for compiling multimodal datasets with audio and scores

Federico Simonetta, Stavros Ntalampiras and Federico Avanzini

#181. Reliability of two IR motion capture systems in a music performance setting

Laura Bishop and Alexander Refsum Jensenius

 

POSTER SESSION 1

Wednesday, June 24 (18:15-19:30)

Session Chair: Simone Spagnol (Aalborg University Copenhagen)

#14. Strune – An interactive audio-visual installation inspired by string theory

Davor B. Vincze, Hrvoje Hiršl and Jonathan S. Abel

#43. Looking for the soundscape of the future: preliminary results applying the design fiction method

Roberto Bresin, Sandra Pauletto, Jarmo Laaksolahti and Erik Gandini

#57. Haptic music - Exploring whole-body vibrations and tactile sound for a multisensory music installation

Emma Frid and Hans Lindetorp

#74. A Faust architecture for the ESP32 microcontroller

Romain Michon, Daniel Overholt, Stéphane Letz, Yann Orlarey, Dominique Fober and Catinca Dumitrascu

#115. 01101110 : An audiovisual installation based on the Cellular Automaton Rule 110

Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos and Odysseas Klissouras

#130. Speech sound disorder classification based on time-aligned dissimilarity profiles

Guilherme Jun Yoshimura, Marcelo Queiroz, Haydée Fiszbein Wertzner and Danira Francisco

#152. Detection of musically relevant regions in multiresolution time-frequency representations evaluated on piano recordings

Nicolas Figueiredo and Marcelo Queiroz

#155. Embedding electronics in additive manufacturing for digital musical instrument design

Doga Cavdir

#157. Menagerie: exploring the audio-visual rhythms of violence through data, gun triggers, and swarms

Nolan Lem

#165. Real-time visualisation of fugue played by a string quartet

Olivier Lartillot, Carlos Cancino-Chacón and Charles Brazier

#166. Peace Wall Belfast: Spatial audio representation of Divided Spaces and soundwalks

Georgios Varoutsos

 

ORAL SESSION 3 - SOUND IN SPACE

Wednesday, June 24 (19:50-20:45)

Session Chair: Louena Shtrepi (Politecnico di Torino)

#99. 3D ear shape as an estimator of HRTF notch frequency

Marius George Onofrei, Riccardo Miccini, Runar Unnthorsson, Stefania Serafin and Simone Spagnol

#124. Methods for performing with feedback in virtual acoustics

Eoin F. Callery and Elliot K. Canfield-Dafilou

#145. Evaluation of reverberation time models with variable acoustics

Karolina Prawda, Sebastian J. Schlecht and Vesa Välimäki

 

ORAL SESSION 4 - PHYSICAL MODELLING I / ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS

Thursday, June 25 (12:00-13:00)

Session Chair: Federico Avanzini (Università degli Studi di Milano)

 #63. Embouchure interaction model for brass instruments

Rares Stefan Alecu, Stefania Serafin, Silvin Willemsen, Emanuele Parravicini and Stefano Lucato

#97. Real-time implementation of a physical model of the tromba marina

Silvin Willemsen, Stefania Serafin, Stefan Bilbao and Michele Ducceschi

#120. Insights into the string-barrier interaction dynamics based on high-speed camera measurements

Dmitri Kartofelev, Joann Gustav Arro and Vesa Välimäki

 

ORAL SESSION 5 - MODELLING PERFORMANCE

Thursday, June 25 (13:15-14:15)

Session Chair: Rebecca Stewart (Imperial College London)

#67. Towards playing in the 'air': Modeling motion-sound energy relationships in electric guitar performance using deep neural networks

Çagri Erdem, Qichao Lan, Julian Fuhrer, Charles Martin, Jim Tørresen and Alexander Refsum Jensenius

#168. Identifying master violinists using note-level audio features

Yudong Zhao, György Fazekas and Mark Sandler

#186. Musical dynamics classification with CNN and modulation spectra

Luca Marinelli, Athanasios Lykartsis, Charalampos Saitis and Stefan Weinzierl

 

POSTER SESSION 2

Thursday, June 25 (14:15-15:30)

Session Chair: Stefania Serafin (Aalborg University Copenhagen)

#53. Fb1 – An interface for single sample feedback and feedforward in SuperCollider

Daniel Mayer

#55. The Physics Network Scripting Language to design masses-interactions physical models for arts

Nicolas Castagné and Annie Luciani

#59. Sonification as negotiation - Learning from translation studies

Giacomo Lepri

#100. Rhythm Rangers: An evaluation of beat synchronisation skills and musical confidence through multiplayer gamification influence

Rasmus Kjærbo, Ramon Romeu, Marco González Pérez, Francisco Rosado Correia, Vatsal Guruvayurappan, Daniel Overholt and Sofia Dahl

#109. Good artists copy, great artists steal: Strategies for creative exploitation of the CHAMELEON harmonisation assistant

Asterios Zacharakis, Stamatia Kalaitzidou, Maximos Kaliakatsos-Papakostas and Emilios Cambouropoulos

#116. Design and implementation of real-time physically-based virtual musical instruments: A balancing act

James Leonard and Jerome Villeneuve

#141. A low-cost endless knob controller with programmable resistive force feedback for multimedia production

Yuri De Pra, Federico Fontana, Stefano Papetti and Michele Simonato

#144. Evaluation of accurate artificial reverberation algorithm

Karolina Prawda, Stefania Serafin and Vesa Välimäki

#169. Digitally enhanced drums: An approach to rhythmic improvisation

Matteo Amadio and Alberto Novello

#173. ET systems: A high-level approach to additive synthesis control

Matteo Marson and Andrea Agostini

 

ORAL SESSION 6 - SONIC INTERACTION DESIGN

Thursday, June 25 (15:30-16:30)

Session Chair: Emma Frid (Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm)

#147. Pictorize: Transforming image region luminosity to sound brightness for monitoring location

Georgios Marentakis

#167. Spectral analysis for modal parameters linear estimate

Marco Tiraboschi, Federico Avanzini and Stavros Ntalampiras

#220. Interactive software for the sonification of neuronal activity

Argan Verrier, Vincent Goudard, Elim Hong and Hugues Genevois

 

ORAL SESSION 7 - PHYSICAL MODELLING II / AUDIO-HAPTIC INTERACTION

Thursday, June 25 (17:15-18:10)

Session Chair: Federico Fontana (Università degli Studi di Udine)

#44. DigiDrum - A haptic-based virtual reality musical instrument and a case study

Silvin Willemsen, Anca-Simona Horvath and Mauro Nascimben

#112. Resurrecting the tromba marina: A bowed virtual reality instrument using haptic feedback and accurate physical modelling

Silvin Willemsen, Razvan Paisa and Stefania Serafin

#136. GENESIS 4th generation / Nomadicity / Gesture emulation: Real-time CORDIS-ANIMA physical modeling and high performance force-feedback interaction within the Hélicanthe workstation

Claude Cadoz

 

ORAL SESSION 8 - MUSIC ANALYSIS AND RETRIEVAL

Friday, June 26 (09:00-09:55)

Session Chair: Jean Bresson (Ableton, Berlin)

#87. Jazz harmony analysis with epsilon-transition and cadential shortcut

Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Yui Uehara and Satoshi Tojo

#151. Estimating keys and modulations in musical pieces

Laurent Feisthauer, Louis Bigo, Mathieu Giraud and Florence Levé

#210. Evaluation of CNN-based automatic music tagging models

Minz Won, Andres Ferraro, Dmitry Bogdanov and Xavier Serra

 

POSTER SESSION 3

Friday, June 26 (09:55-11:10)

Session Chair: Romain Michon (GRAME-CNCM & CCRMA, Stanford University)

#75. Web-based time-span tree editor and analysis database

Masatoshi Hamanaka, Yui Isono, Keiji Hirata and Satoshi Tojo

#86. Motif set assignment problem in the compositional process of "Musical Rally"

Tsubasa Tanaka

#111. Expectation-based parsing for jazz chord sequences

Yuta Ogura, Hidefumi Ohmura, Yui Uehara, Satoshi Tojo and Kouichi Katsurada

#113. Composition as an embodied act: A framework for the gesture-based creation of augmented reality action scores

Giovanni Santini

#122. Latent birds: A bird's-eye view exploration of the latent space

Juan Alonso Moreno, Francesco Bigoni and Georgios Palamas

#135. Towards reliable real-time opera tracking: Combining alignment with audio event detectors to increase robustness

Charles Brazier and Gerhard Widmer

#170. AVAI: A tool for expressive music visualization based on autoencoders and constant Q transformation

Simon Borst Tyroll, Daniel Overholt and Georgios Palamas

#189. Historiography of the form of symbolic music through a computer-assisted analysis

Beate Ruth Kutschke and Tobias Bachmann

#209. Active preservation of analogue audio documents: A summary of the last seven years of digitization at CSC

Niccolò Pretto, Alessandro Russo, Federica Bressan, Valentina Burini, Antonio Rodà and Sergio Canazza

#218. Rapid composition for a multi-device networked music platform

Oliver Bown, Angelo Fraietta, Sam Ferguson and Deborah Turnbull Tillman

#230. The world's first interactive 5G music concert: Professional quality networked music over a commodity network infrastructure

Alexander Carôt, Mischa Dohler, Simon Saunders, Frank Sardis, Richard Cornock and Navdeep Uniyal

 

 

 

ORAL SESSION 9 - EMOTIONS AND PERCEPTION

Friday, June 26 (11:10-12:20)

Session Chair: Asterios Zacharakis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)

#93. Matching uni-directional auditory gestures to visual trajectories of varying curvature

Sven-Amin Lembke

#95. Perception of emotions in knocking sounds: An evaluation study

Malcolm Houel, Abhilash Arun, Alfred Berg, Alessandro Iop, Adrián Barahona-Ríos and Sandra Pauletto

#132. Computer-based music training with hearing impairments: Lessons from an experiment

Rumi Hiraga and Kjetil Falkenberg

#174. Exploring emotion perception in sonic HRI

Adrian B. Latupeirissa, Claudio Panariello and Roberto Bresin

 

 

 

ORAL SESSION 10 - DIGITAL AUDIO EFFECTS

Friday, June 26 (12:35-13:30)

Session Chair: Stefan Bilbao (University of Edinburgh)

#60. Streams as Seams: Carving trajectories out of the time-frequency matrix

Giovanni Capizzi, Davide Rocchesso and Stefano Baldan

#83. Synthesising knocking sound effects using conditional WaveGAN

Adrián Barahona-Ríos and Sandra Pauletto

#133. Towards objective evaluation of audio time-scale modification methods

Leonardo Fierro and Vesa Välimäki