Springer, Dordrecht


658 Pages

ISBN 978-3-319-12975-4

Lecture Notes in Computer Science
vol. 8905

Sound, music, and motion

10th international symposium, CMMR 2013, Marseille, France, October 15-18, 2013. revised selected papers

Edited by

Mitsuko Aramaki , Olivier Derrien, Richard Kronland-Martinet, Sølvi Ystad

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval, CMMR 2013, held in Marseille, France, in October 2013. The 38 conference papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 94 submissions. The chapters reflect the interdisciplinary nature of this conference with following topics: augmented musical instruments and gesture recognition, music and emotions: representation, recognition, and audience/performers studies, the art of sonification, when auditory cues shape human sensorimotor performance, music andsound data mining, interactive sound synthesis, non-stationarity, dynamics and mathematicalmodeling, image-sound interaction, auditory perception and cognitive inspiration,  and modeling of sound and music computational musicology.

Publication details

DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-12976-1

Full citation:

Aramaki, M. , Derrien, O. , Kronland-Martinet, R. , Ystad, S. (eds) (2014). Sound, music, and motion: 10th international symposium, CMMR 2013, Marseille, France, October 15-18, 2013. revised selected papers, Springer, Dordrecht.

Table of Contents

Investigation of the harpist/harp interaction

Chadefaux Delphine; Le Carrou Jean-Loïc; Fabre Benoît; Daudet Laurent


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Sonically augmented artifacts

Houix Olivier; Misdariis Nicolas; Susini Patrick; Bevilacqua Frédéric; Gutierrez Florestan


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Vibrotactile feedback for an open air music controller

Knutzen Håkon; Kvifte Tellef; Wanderley Marcelo M.


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Automatic classification of guitar playing modes

Foulon Raphael; Roy Pierre; Pachet François


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Extracting commands from gestures

Tang Jiuqiang; Dannenberg Roger B.


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On the perception of affect in the singing voice

Mouawad Pauline; Desainte-Catherine Myriam; Gégout-Petit Anne; Semal Catherine


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Making data sing

Parkinson Adam; Tanaka Atau


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Seismic sound lab

Holtzman Benjamin; Candler Jason; Turk Matthew; Peter Daniel


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Music with unconventional computing

Braund Edward; Miranda Eduardo


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Moving with beats and loops

Craig Cathy M.


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Learning movement kinematics with a targeted sound

Boyer Eric O.; Pyanet Quentin; Hanneton Sylvain; Bevilacqua Frédéric


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Audio-motor synchronization

Thoret Etienne; Aramaki Mitsuko; Ystad Sølvi


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Movement sonification for the diagnosis and the rehabilitation of graphomotor disorders

Danna Jérémy; Paz-Villagrán Vietminh; Capel Annabelle; Pétroz Céline; Gondre Charles; Pinto Serge; Thoret Etienne; Aramaki Mitsuko; Ystad Sølvi


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Xia Guangyu; Huang Tongbo; Ma Yifei; Dannenberg Roger B.


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Finding repeated patterns in music

Janssen Berit; de Haas W. Bas; Volk Anja; van Kranenburg Peter


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Fragmentations with pitch, rhythm and parallelism constraints for variation matching

Giraud Mathieu; Déguernel Ken; Cambouropoulos Emilios


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Risset Jean-Claude


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A virtual reality platform for musical creation

Leonard James; Cadoz Claude; Castagne Nicolas; Florens Jean-Loup; Luciani Annie


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Rodrigues Mailis G.; Wanderley Marcelo M.; Lopes Paulo F


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The large time-frequency analysis toolbox 2.0

Průša Zdeněk; Søndergaard Peter L.; Holighaus Nicki; Wiesmeyr Christoph; Balazs Peter


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Sound and gesture

Deshays Daniel


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The perception of sound movements as expressive gestures

de Götzen Amalia; Sikström Erik; Korsgaard Dannie; Serafin Stefania


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