From: „Stephen McAdams, Prof.“ via Kevin Austin via cec conference
Date: 2017 December 14
Subject: EXTENDED DEADLINE: Call for papers – Timbre 2018: Timbre Is A Many-Splendored Thing
Due to popular demand, the deadline to submit proposals for oral and poster presentations, demonstrations, and musical events to Timbre 2018 has been extended to January 1, 2018. All other dates remain the same.
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> Timbre is a powerful structuring and emotional force in all musics, be they acoustic or electroacoustic. And yet it is one of the least understood and theorized elements of music in any discipline. Timbre 2018 aims to bring together the major timbre and orchestration researchers in the world to take stock of where the study and deployment of timbre in music is currently heading and to explore how to engage scholars and practitioners concerning its structural, expressive and affective roles in the fields of composition („classical“, pop, film, television, video games), music analysis, music theory, musicology, ethnomusicology, popular music studies, music psychology, musical acoustics, room acoustics, computer-aided orchestration, computer science, digital humanities, sound recording and auditory cognitive neuroscience.
> When: 5-7 July 2018
> Where: Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada
> We now have a full slate of keynote lectures and concerts.
> Research keynote lectures:
> July 5th – Dr. Emily DOLAN, Harvard University (musicology)
> July 6th – Dr. Vinoo ALLURI, International Institute for Information Technology, Hyderabad (psychology/neuroscience)
> July 7th – Dr. Cornelia FALES, Indiana University (ethnomusicology)
> Musical keynote concerts:
> July 5th – Dr. ANDO Masateru, formerly of Tokyo University of the Arts (koto)
> July 6th – Dr. Jean-Baptiste BARRIERE, http://www.barriere.org (electroacoustic music)
> July 7th – Shawn MATIVETSKY, McGill University (tabla)
> We invite submissions for oral presentations (20′ plus 10′ discussion), posters, interactive demos and musical events that specifically address the perception and use of timbre in music. For more information, please visit http://www.mcgill.ca/timbre2018. Please send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
> Key dates
> Structured abstract submission deadline: 15 December 2017
> Notification of results: 31 January 2018
> Early registration opens: 1 February 2018
> Revised abstract submission deadline: 30 April 2018
> Early registration closes/late registration opens: 31 May 2018