University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK

Audio Mostly 2019: A Journey in Sound
18th to 20th September 2019

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Audio Mostly 2019: A Journey In Sound

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Audio Mostly is an audio focused interdisciplinary conference on design, interacting with sound and technology, which embraces applied theory and practice-based research.

It is an annual conference which brings together thinkers and doers from academia and industry who share an interest in sonic interaction and the use of audio for interface design. This remit covers product design, auditory displays, computer games and virtual environments, new digital musical instruments, educational applications and workplace tools, as well as the topics listed below. It further includes fields such as the psychology of sound and music, cultural studies, systems engineering, and everything in between in which sonic Human-Computer Interaction plays a role.

Audio Mostly 2019 will be an inclusive event for all, bringing together a whole range of people and communities. It will be a lively and sociable mix of oral and poster paper presentations, demos, and workshops. We welcome submissions from industry, academia and interested parties in each of these categories.

As in previous years, the Audio Mostly 2019 proceedings will be published by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) (to be confirmed) and made available through their digital library. Regular papers, posters and demos/installations will be double-blind peer reviewed. It is envisaged that there will be a special issue of a journal relating to the conference, as with previous years.

Download - Conference Program, Venue and Room Location for Participants 

Many thanks from the General Chair, Dr Alan Chamberlain to:
The Deparment of Computer Science - University of Nottingham 
The Music Department - University of Nottingham 
The Mixed Readlity Lab (Nottingham, UK)
The Human Factors Research Group (Nottingham, UK)
The Horizon Centre for Doctoral Research 
The Smart Products Beacon
Nottingham Impact Accelerator 

Thanks to all that have supported the conference (Software, prizes, workshops and time)

Holonic Systems


Routledge (Audio)

Volvo (Research)

XLN Audio 


The FAST Project 

The Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Journal

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