Welcome to ICMC 2007, “Immersed Music”
I am honored to invite researchers, composers, musicians and other interested parties to the the 2007 International Computer Music Conference at Holmen Island in Copenhagen starting Monday, 27 August and ending Saturday, 1 September.The ICMC 2007 is a joint initiative between the International Computer Music Association and Aalborg University Esbjerg.The official ICMC 2007 call for participation will encourage submissions that address the conference theme, Immersed Music. This theme might be addressed by compositions and papers that involve immersed performance interfaces, immersed perception, aesthetic and music. Immersed Music also opens up to participations that address the mind, in particular cognitive aspect of music and musical sound perception.
Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark has a large airport for easy access and busses, metro and trains and water-busses for local transport. We are proud to present the icmc 2007 in Copenhagen. We aim at presenting a wonderful conference, taking advantage of the venues and conference localities located near the sea and the canals.Music events during ICMC 2007 shall have a wide variety of performance activities with orchestras, ensembles, soloists and other formations. Morning, afternoon, evening and night concerts will be combined with installations and other initiatives to present the icmc music to as many as possible.
This is the webpages related to the 2007 International Computer Music Conference. You can find information about the venues, program, submission, ressources, etc. You navigate through the right pane.
Call for Participation
Researchers, Composers, Musicians, Creative people of all kinds, please use the right pane to navigate and participate in the 2007 ICMC, Immersed Music.
Call for Music, Video and Installations
ICMC 2007 invites the submission of electroacoustic music, video and installation works that reflect the diversity of the field of computer enhanced sonic art (see conference schedule and venues). Special emphasis is put on interactive and intermodal forms. Opportunities exist to combine digital resources with a variety of instrumental ensembles and soloists as detailed below, but specialized performance proposals are also welcome.
A number works will be selected for inclusion on a compact disc available at the conference.
Music, video and installation submissions must be received no later than Sunday April 30th 2007. Applicants will be notified of the jury result by Thursday May 31st 2007. Final programme will be announced Wednesday August 1st 2007.
Call for papers
ICMC 2007 invites the submission of papers and posters examining aesthetic, compositional, educational, musicological, scientific, and technological aspects of computer music and digital audio. The theme of this years conference is immersed music, and we especially encourage submissions on this topic. We understand immersed music as two things; the first being related to how the brain interprets music, the second being, inspired by the conference location at the border of the Copenhagen channels, understood as underwater.
Submission will be done on-line via Suvisoft system in PDF format – we unfortunately cannot accept printed papers via postal mail. To render the PDF files please use the MS Word and Latex templates provided. To help ensure consistency in the printed conference proceedings, the technical committee will only review submissions that use the ICMC 2007 template.
All papers should be full papers, no abstracts or unfinished papers will be accepted.
Accepted papers will be given feedback by reviewers for final submission of camera-ready versions.Authors who submit short or long papers can also suggest demonstrating their work if appropriate. A separate submission of a demonstration note is not required in this case.
Your are cordially invited to submit additional proposals for panel discussions other than ones that are being organized by the ICMC 2007 team. We are looking for topics related to the ICMC 2007 theme, Immersed Music, but other topics related to computer music are also welcome.