Ear Models and Music Research (Marc Leman ++32 91 644125 )

Subject: Ear Models and Music Research
From:    Marc Leman ++32 91 644125  <ml(at)FLW.RUG.AC.BE>
Date:    Thu, 18 Mar 1993 10:50:51 -0500

Call for papers : Special issue on Ear Models and Music Research **************************************************************** Interface - Journal of New Music Research is planning a special issue on Ear Models and Music Research. The aim is to highlight the relevance of ear models for music research and to go into the details of relevant applications in music perception and composition. High-level tutorial introductions as well as specialised applications in the field of music research are welcome. The issue is planned to appear in Januari 1994. Manuscripts (5000 - 8000 words) should be submitted by August 15 1993. Authors that plan to submit a paper are requested to contact the editor as soon as possible. dr. Marc Leman University of Ghent Institute for Psychoacoustics and Electronic Music Blandijnberg 2 B-9000 Ghent Belgium E-mail: ml(at)flw.rug.ac.be Tel & Fax: ++32 91 644125 Interface - Journal of New Music Research ***************************************** Aims and Scope: ************** Interface - Journal of New Music Research (since 1972) is an international journal devoted to the discussion of developments in new music and new research in music. This includes the study of instrumental and electronic music, computer , interactive and multimedia systems as well as music related DSP, psychoacoustics, and all aspects dealing with music perception, cognition and music history (historical morphology). The Journal has an interdisciplinary orientation and affords a forum and interface for disciplines ranging from musicology (music theory, esthetics, sociology), psychology (from psychoacoustics to cognitive psychology - with emphasis on modelling), information sciences (from soudn engineering to artificial intelligence), philosophy (epistemology and methodology) and brain sciences. The emphasis is on an interdisciplinary foundation for music by means of the most advanced technologies. Publisher : Swets & Zeitlinger, The Netherlands Issues of interest are: automated composition; AI and music; computational musicology; digital sound analysis, processing and synthesis; interactive systems; multimedia; auditive perception and cognition; cognitive musicology; psychological and historical morphology of music...

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