All oral presentations will be held in Auditorium 1 at the University Library.


Paper session A – Monday 30 May 11:00-12:30 – Instruments

Session chair: Sergi Jordà

The Overtone Fiddle: an Actuated Acoustic Instrument
Dan Overholt

A Low-Cost, Low-Latency Multi-Touch Table with Haptic Feedback for Musical Applications
Colby Leider, Matthew Montag, Stefan Sullivan and Scott Dickey

The Electromagnetically Sustained Rhodes Piano
Greg Shear and Matthew Wright

Gamelan Elek Trika: An Electronic Balinese Gamelan
Laurel Pardue, Christine Southworth, Andrew Boch, Matt Boch and Alex Rigopulos

Sonicstrument: A Musical Interface with Stereotypical Acoustic Transducers
Jeong-Seob Lee and Woon Seung Yeo


Paper session D – Monday 30 May 14:30-15:30 – Gesture and cognition

Session chair: Rolf Inge Godøy

Gestural Embodiment of Environmental Sounds: an Experimental Study
Baptiste Caramiaux, Patrick Susini, Tommaso Bianco, Frédéric Bevilacqua, Olivier Houix, Norbert Schnell and Nicolas Misdariis

Listening to Your Brain: Implicit Interaction in Collaborative Music Performances
Sebastian Mealla, Aleksander Valjamae, Mathieu Bosi and Sergi Jorda

Examining How Musicians Create Augmented Musical Instruments
Dan Newton and Mark Marshall


Paper session E – Monday 30 May 16:00-17:00 – Frameworks

Session chair: Michael Lyons

Tahakum: A Multi-Purpose Audio Control Framework
Zachary Seldess and Toshiro Yamada

A Framework for Coordination and Synchronization of Media
Dawen Liang, Guangyu Xia and Roger Dannenberg

Satellite CCRMA: A Musical Interaction and Sound Synthesis Platform
Edgar Berdahl and Wendy Ju


Paper session F – Tuesday 31 May 09:00-10:50 – Mobile music

Session chair: Sid Fels

Two Turntables and a Mobile Phone
Nicholas J. Bryan and Ge Wang

The Visual in Mobile Music Performance
Patrick O’Keefe and Georg Essl

MadPad: A Crowdsourcing System for Audiovisual Sampling
Nick Kruge and Ge Wang

Designing for the iPad: Magic Fiddle
Ge Wang, Jieun Oh and Tom Lieber

MobileMuse: Integral Music Control Goes Mobile
Benjamin Knapp and Brennon Bortz

Tangible Performance Management of Grid-based Laptop Orchestras
Stephen Beck, Chris Branton, Sharath Maddineni, Brygg Ullmer and Shantenu Jha

Paper session I – Tuesday 31 May 14:30-15:30 – Machine Learning

Session chair: Jim Tørresen

An Open Source Interface based on Biological Neural Networks for Interactive Music Performance
Hernán Kerlleñevich, Manuel Eguia and Pablo Riera

Recognition Of Multivariate Temporal Musical Gestures Using N-Dimensional Dynamic Time Warping
Nicholas Gillian, R. Benjamin Knapp and Sile O’Modhrain

A Machine Learning Toolbox For Musician Computer Interaction
Nicholas Gillian, R. Benjamin Knapp and Sile O’Modhrain


Paper session J – Tuesday 31 May 16:00-17:00 – Artistic reflections

Session chair: Øyvind Brandtsegg

Music and Technology in Death and the Powers
Elena Jessop, Peter Torpey and Benjamin Bloomberg

Design and Evaluation of a Hybrid Reality Performance
Victor Zappi, Dario Mazzanti, Andrea Brogni and Darwin Caldwell

InkSplorer : Exploring Musical Ideas on Paper and Computer
Jérémie Garcia, Theophanis Tsandilas, Carlos Agon and Wendy Mackay


Paper session K – Wednesday 1 June 09:00-10:30 – Musical interaction

Session chair: Norbert Schnell

Battle of the DJs: an HCI perspective of Traditional, Virtual, Hybrid and Multitouch DJing
Pedro Lopes, Alfredo Ferreira and Joao Madeiras Pereira

Designing Digital Musical Interactions in Experimental Contexts
Adnan Marquez Borbon, Michael Gurevich, A. Cavan Fyans and Paul Stapleton

Crackle: A mobile multitouch topology for exploratory sound interaction
Jonathan Reus

A principled approach to developing new languages for live coding
Samuel Aaron, Alan F. Blackwell, Richard Hoadley and Tim Regan

Integra Live: a new graphical user interface for live electronic music
Jamie Bullock, Daniel Beattie and Jerome Turner


Paper session L – Wednesday 1 June 11:00-12:30 – Sensing

Session chair: Dan Overholt

Robust and Reliable Fabric, Piezoresistive Multitouch Sensing Surfaces for Musical Controllers
Adrian Freed, Yung-Sim Roh, Yotam Mann and David Wessel

Examining the Effects of Embedded Vibrotactile Feedback on the Feel of a Digital Musical Instrument
Mark Marshall and Marcelo Wanderley

HIDUINO: A firmware for building driverless USB-MIDI devices using the Arduino microcontroller
Dimitri Diakopoulos and Ajay Kapur

Latency improvement in sensor wireless transmission using IEEE 802.15.4
Emmanuel Flety

The Snyderphonics Manta, a Novel USB Touch Controller
Jeff Snyder

Presentation guidelines

To help things run smoothly during the paper sessions, please read the following guidelines.

Short paper presentations will be 10 minutes + 5 minutes for questions, and long paper presentations will be 15 minutes + 5 minutes for questions. The session chairs will be asked to be strict regarding the time-keeping, so please make sure that you are able to keep within the time limits.

Presenters are asked to introduce themselves to the presentation coordinator and session chair during the break before their session. We strongly advise to test the presentation/computer before the session starts.

The following is available in the auditorium where the presentations will take place:

  • Two VGA connections (two laptops can be connected simultaneously)
  • Stereo P/A system with minijack connection
  • A Windows 7 desktop (PowerPoint and VLC) with internet connection

We will keep some display adapters available, but we strongly recommend that you bring your own if your laptop does not have a VGA port.

If you have any questions, please contact presentation coordinator Kristian Nymoen.