Trento, Italy

Sonic experiences in the era of the Internet of Sounds

1-3 September 2021

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Conference Program

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Day 1: September 1st 2021


09:30 – 09:45

Welcome by organizers


Session: Design, Perception & User Experience

Session chair: Fabio Morreale

09:45 – 10:00

Feng Su and Chris Joslin. Subjective and Objective Evaluation of Procedurally-Generated Audio for Soft-Body Interactions.

10:00 – 10:15

Tal Boger, Ishwarya Ananthabhotla and Joseph Paradiso. Manipulating Causal Uncertainty in Sound Objects.

10:15 – 10:30

Vincent van Rheden, Eric Harbour, Thomas Finkenzeller, Lisa Anneke Burr, Alexander Meschtscherjakov and Manfred Tscheligi. Run, Beep, Breathe: Exploring the Effects on Adherence and User Experience of 5 Breathing Instruction Sounds while Running.

10:30 – 10:45

Fermin Chavez Sanchez, Gloria Angelica Martinez de La Peña, Gloria Adriana Mendoza Franco and Erick Iroel Heredia Carrillo. Exploring Audio Game design with Visually Impaired players.

10:45 – 11:00

Josefine Hölling, Maria Svahn and Sandra Pauletto. Audio-Visual Interactive Art: Investigating the effect of gaze-controlled audio on visual attention and short-term memory.

11:00 – 11:15

Glenn McGarry, Alan Chamberlain, Andy Crabtree and Christopher Greehalgh. The Meaning in "the Mix": Using Ethnography to Inform the Design of Intelligent Tools in the Context of Music Production.

Pause (15 minutes)


Session: Sonification & Musification

Session chair: Sara Lenzi

11:30 – 11:45

Anne Despond, Nicolas Reeves and Vincent Cusson. Atmosphéries and the poetics of the in situ: the role and impact of sensors in data-to-sound transposition installations.

11:45 – 12:00

Niklas Rönnberg. Sonification for Conveying Data and Emotion.

12:00 – 12:15

Kajetan Enge, Alexander Rind, Michael Iber, Robert Höldrich and Wolfgang Aigner. It’s about Time: Adopting Theoretical Constructs from Visualization for Sonification.

12:15 – 12:30

Michael Quinton, Iain McGregor and David Benyon. Sonification of Planetary Orbits in Asteroid Belts.


12:30 – 12:45

Konstantinos Bakogiannis, Areti Andreopoulou and Anastasia Georgaki. The development of a dance-musification model with the use of machine learning techniques under COVID-19 restrictions.

12:45 – 12:55

Francesco Dal Rì and Raul Masu. Zugzwang: Chess Representation Combining Sonification and Interactive Performance.

Pause (1 hour and 35 minutes)


14:30 – 15:30

Keynote: Bob Sturm: “Music at the Frontiers of Artificial Creativity and Criticism”


Session: Musical XR and Audio-visual Interaction

Session chair: Anıl Çamcı

15:30 – 15:45

Liang Men and Danqi Zhao. Designing Privacy for Collaborative Music Making in Virtual Reality.

15:45 – 16:00

Lars Engeln, Nhat Long Le, Matthew McGinity and Rainer Groh. Similarity Analysis of Visual Sketch-based Search for Sounds.

16:00 – 16:15

Raul Masu, Nuno N. Correia and Teresa Romão Technology-Mediated. Musical Connections: The Ecology of a Screen-Score Performance.

16:15 – 16:25

Oliver Bramah, Xiaoling Cheng and Fabio Morreale. The Singing Gallery.

16:25 – 16:35

Duncan Williams, Ian Daly and Paola Di Giuseppantonio Di Franco. Neuro-curation: A case study on the use of sonic enhancement of virtual museum exhibits.

16:35 – 16:45

Lauren McCall and Jason Freeman. A 3D Graphic Score Space and the Creative Techniques and Performance Practices that Emerge From it.

16:45 – 16:50

Gamar Azuaje, Kongmeng Liew, Elena Epure, Shuntaro Yada, Shoko Wakamiya and Eiji Aramaki. Visualyre: Multimodal visualization of lyrics. 

16:50 – 16:55

Jonathan Weinel. Synaesthetic Audio-Visual Sound Toys in Virtual Reality.

Pause (5 minutes)


17:00 – 19:00

Workshop: Adam Pultz Melbye, John Sullivan, Raul Masu and Alexander Refsum Jensenius: NIME Eco Wiki - a crash course. A collective tool to foster environmental awareness in Music Technology Design.


Session: Music

19:00 – 19:05

Karl Gerber. Approaches: For Flute, Alto Flute and Experimental Interactive Violin Automaton.

19:05 – 19:10

Charles Nichols, Zach Duer and Scotty Hardwig. Time Garden: dawn replica.

19:10 – 19:15

Raul Masu, Francesco Ardan Dal Ri and Francesca Zanghellini. Studio 2.

19:15 – 19:20

Gareth W. Young. Singing Trees | Jurisdiction & Contradiction.

19:20 – 19:25

Paul Paroczai. Generative Music in the Web Audio API.

19:25 – 19:30

Rafael Bresciani. Vox Aeterna - The COVID Variations.


Day 2: September 2nd 2021


International Workshop on the Internet of Sounds

Session: Internet of Audio Things

Session chair: Mathieu Lagrange

09:30 – 09:45

Michael Iber, Bernhard Dumphart, Victor-Adriel de Jesus Oliveira, Stefan Ferstl, Joschua M. Reis, Djordje Slijepčević, Mario Heller, Anna-Maria Raberger and Brian Horsak. Mind the Steps: Towards Auditory Feedback in Tele-Rehabilitation Based on Automated Gait Classification.

09:45 – 10:00

Florian Hollerweger. Streaaam: A fully automated experimental audio streaming server.

10:00 – 10:15

Maksim Kukushkin and Stavros Ntalampiras. Automatic acoustic classification of feline sex.

10:15 – 10:30

Vincent Lostanlen, Antoine Bernabeu, Jean-Luc Béchennec, Mikaël Briday, Sébastien Faucou and Mathieu Lagrange. Energy Efficiency is Not Enough: Towards a Batteryless Internet of Sounds.


International Workshop on the Internet of Sounds

Session: Internet of Musical Things

Session chair: Cristina Rottondi

10:30 – 10:45

Rory Hoy and Doug Van Nort. A Technological and Methodological Ecosystem for Dynamic Virtual Acoustics in Telematic Performance Contexts.

10:45 – 11:00

Rômulo Vieira and Flávio Schiavoni. Sunflower: an environment for standardized communication of IoMusT.

11:00 – 11:15

Frederic Font. SOURCE: a Freesound Community Music Sampler.

11:15 – 11:25

Seth Thorn. Telematic Wearable Music: Remote Ensembles and Inclusive Embodied Education.


11:25 – 11:35

Ian Clester and Jason Freeman. Composing the Network with Streams.

11:35 – 11:45

Chad Bullard, Ananya Kansal and Jason Freeman. Comparing Chat Methods for Remote Collaborative Live-Coding Music.

11:45 – 11:55

Wei Zhao. Ubiquitous Music-Making: A Critical Review.

Pause (5 minutes)


12:00 – 13:00

Keynote: Paola Cesari: “Sound in action”


Pause (1 hour and 30 minutes)

14:30 – 18:30

Workshop: Florent Berthaut, Anıl Çamcı and Çağan Arslan. Designing XR Musical Instruments.


Session: Music

18:30 – 18:35

Turkar Gasimzada and Fidan Aghayeva-Edler. Four Rubais For Fidan.

18:35 – 18:40

Michael Trommer. Ancient Thoughts and Electric Buildings.

18:40 – 18:45

Stephen Roddy. Signal to Noise Loops V4.

18:45 – 18:50

Federico Visi, Mattias Petersson, Robert Ek and Stefan Östersjö. The Global Hyperorgan: The TCP/Indeterminate Place Quartet performs with geographically far networked pipe organs.

18:50 – 18:55

Se-Lien Chuang and Andreas Weixler. Nagoya City Sonic Culture.

18:55 – 19:00

Domenico De Simone. HYPNOS.



Day 3: September 3rd 2021


Session: Digital Audio Effects & AI for Sound

Session chair: Leonardo Gabrielli

09:30 – 09:45

Thomas Hermann and Dennis Reinsch. sc3nb - a Python-SuperCollider Interface for Auditory Data Science.

09:45 – 10:00

Ruben Schlagowski, Silvan Mertes and Elisabeth André. Taming the Chaos: Exploring Graphical Input Vector Manipulation User Interfaces for GANs in a Musical Context.

10:00 – 10:15

Niccolò Pretto, Nadir Dalla Pozza, Alberto Padoan, Anthony Chmiel, Kurt James Werner, Alessandra Micalizzi, Emery Schubert, Antonio Rodà, Simone Milani and Sergio Canazza. A workflow and novel digital filters for compensating speed and equalization errors on digitized audio open-reel tapes.

10:15 – 10:30

Marcelo Wanderley, Travis West, Josh Rohs, Eduardo Meneses and Christian Frisson. The IDMIL Digital Audio Workbench: An interactive online application for teaching digital audio concepts.

10:30 – 10:40

Gordan Kreković. A Concept of a Wavetable Oscillator Based on a Neural Autoencoder.

10:40 – 10:50

Patrice Guyot, Fanny Alix, Thomas Guerin, Elie Lambeaux and Alexis Rotureau. Fish migration monitoring from audio detection with CNNs.

Pause (10 minutes)


Session: NIME & Musical Structure

Session chair: Victor Zappi

11:00 – 11:15

Gonçalo Bernardo and Gilberto Bernardes. Leveraging Compatibility and Diversity in Computational Music Mashup Creation.

11:15 – 11:30

Adan L. Benito Temprano and Andrew McPherson. A TMR Angle Sensor for Gesture Acquisition and Disambiguation on the Electric Guitar.

11:30 – 11:40

Filippo Carnovalini, Antonio Rodà, Nicholas Harley, Steven T. Homer and Geraint A. Wiggins. A New Corpus for Computational Music Research and A Novel Method for Musical Structure Analysis.

11:40 – 11:50

Paul Cambourian, Oscar Gal, Arthur Pate, Simon Benacchio and Jérôme Vasseur. Understanding the vibrotactile feedback of the electric guitar: Methodology for a physical and perceptual study.

11:50 – 12:00

Cláudio Lemos, Diogo Cocharro and Gilberto Bernardes. Understanding Cross-Genre Rhythmic Audio Compatibility: A Computational Approach.

12:00 – 12:10

Giorgio Presti, Daniele Adriano, Federico Avanzini, Adriano Baratè and Luca Andrea Ludovico. PhonHarp: A Hybrid Digital-Physical Musical Instrument for Mobile Phones Exploiting the Vocal Tract.

12:10 – 12:20

Nicola Davanzo and Federico Avanzini. Resin: a Vocal Tract Resonances and Head Based Accessible Digital Musical Instrument.

Pause (10 minutes)


12:30 – 13:30

Keynote: Marianna Obrist: “Multisensory Experiences: Beyond Audio-Visual Interfaces”


Pause (1 hour)

14:30 – 17:30

Workshop: Wolfgang Aigner, Kajetan Enge, Michael Iber, Alexander Rind, Niklas Elmqvist, Robert Höldrich, Niklas Rönnberg and Bruce Walker. Workshop on Audio-Visual Analytics – Identifying Research Gaps for Integrating Sonification and Visualization. 


Session: Music

17:30 – 17:35

Andreas Weixler and Se-Lien Chuang. Flaming tears.

17:35 – 17:40

Seth Shafer, Bradley Robin and Sarah Hamilton. TeleFAUXcus.

17:40 – 17:45

Alon Ilsar and Matt Hughes. AirStream 2.

17:45 – 17:50

Giovanni Sparano, Giorgio Klauer, Luca Richelli, Julian Scordato and Paolo Zavagna. John Cage - Variations II.

17:50 – 17:55

Chi Wang. Kinesthetic Modes of Enunciation.

Pause (5 minutes)


18:00 – 18:30

Awards and closing ceremony