This page contains information for contributors to ACMC2020.
Submitting Final Materials
You can find help on how to submit final materials at the help link above.
Note: the call for participation is now closed.
We invite submissions of performances, installations and musical works, papers and artist talks, and finally workshops and tutorials.
Papers, artist talks, and creative works will selected through a single-blind peer-review process with at least two reviewers. Workshops and tutorials will be selected by the conference organisers.
Performances and Music
Composers and performers are invited to submit works in any style of electroacoustic music including the following categories:
performances/music involving live electronics, including computer processing
laptop ensemble works
live coding and algorave performances
works combining musical instruments or voice with live or fixed media electronics, with up to 8 channels
electroacoustic music for fixed media (up to 8 channels)
video and multimedia works (up to 8 channels)
This call is open to all composers, regardless of nationality, age or career stage. Composers of selected works are generally expected to attend the conference.
Research Papers & Artist Talks
We invite extended abstracts of up to 1000 words for research papers and artist talks. These could relate to musical performances above or any of the topics listed below. All extended abstracts will be subject to single-blind review by at least two peer reviewers.
Accepted papers/talks will be presented in either short (10) or long (20 minutes) seminar format and the extended abstracts will be included in the conference proceedings. Full versions of accepted papers will be invited for further peer review and publication in Chroma, the journal of the Australasian Computer Music Association.
- 3D Audio
- Acoustic Ecology
- Acoustics of Music
- Acoustics, Space, and Sound Distribution
- Aesthetics, Theory, History and Philosophy
- Algorithmic Composition
- Analysis of Electroacoustic Music
- AR & VR
- Archiving & Preservation of electroacoustic Music
- Artificial Intelligence and Music
- Computational Musicology
- Composition Systems and Techniques
- Digital Audio Signal Processing and Audio Effects
- Distributed, Telematic, and Mobile Music
- History of Electroacoustic Music
- Improvisation and Technology
- Languages for Computer Music
- Live Coding
- Mathematical Music Theory
- Music Education
- Music Information Retrieval
- New Interfaces for Musical Expression
- Notation and Scores
- Perception and Cognition
- Software and Hardware Systems
- Sound Synthesis
- Studio Reports