6th International Conference
on Digital Audio Effects
DAFx-03

8-11 September, 2003
Queen Mary, University of London

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Provisional Programme

See also the Programme Guide [PDF: 250k] and Online Proceedings

  Day Evening
Mon 08 Sept
Welcome event
Tue 09 Sept
Wed 10 Sept
Thu 11 Sept
Fri 12 Sept
Opportunity for meetings

Tuesday 09 September: Presentations

09:00 Welcome (Prof Sandler & Prof Smith)
9:15 Keynote1: MPEG-7 Audio: Tools for Semantic Audio Description and Processing
Juergen Herre (Fraunhofer Institute)
10:00  Perception
  INVESTIGATIONS WITH THE SONIC BROWSER ON TWO OF THE PERCEPTUAL AUDITORY DIMENSIONS OF SOUND OBJECTS: ELASTICITY AND FORCE
Laura Ottaviani and Mikael Fernström
  ON THE EVALUATION OF PERCEPTUAL SIMILARITY MEASURES FOR MUSIC
Elias Pampalk, Simon Dixon, Gerhard Widmer
10.40 Coffee & Tea: Foyer of Peoples Palace
11:00 Analysis & Synthesis I
  INDEPENDENT SUBSPACE ANALYSIS USING LOCALLY LINEAREMBEDDING
Derry FitzGerald, Eugene Coyle Bob Lawlor
  INTERPOLATION OF LONG GAPS IN AUDIO SIGNALS USING THE WARPED BURG’S METHOD
Paulo A. A. Esquef and Vesa VälimäkiKari Roth and Ismo Kauppinen
 

NONLINEAR TIME SERIES ANALYSIS OF MUSICAL SIGNALS
J. D. Reiss and M. B. Sandler

  REAL-TIME IMPLEMENTATION OF A SOURCE SEPARATION ALGORITHM 
Matthias Baeck and Udo Zölzer
  ALGORITHM FOR THE SEPARATION OF HARMONIC SOUNDS WITH TIME-FREQUENCY SMOOTHNESS CONSTRAINT
Tuomas Virtanen
12.40 Lunch & Posters
14:30 Rhythmic & Tonal Analysis
  MODEL-BASED EVENT LABELING IN THE TRANSCRIPTION OF PERCUSSIVE AUDIO SIGNALS 
Jouni Paulus, Anssi Klapuri
  NON-LINEAR EFFECTS MODELING FOR POLYPHONIC PIANO TRANSCRIPTION
Luis I. Ortiz-Berenguer, F.Javier Casajús-Quirós, Marisol Torres-Guijarro
  ESTIMATION OF TEMPO, MICROTIME AND TIME SIGNATURE FROM PERCUSSIVE MUSIC
Christian Uhle, Juergen Herre
  COMPLEX DOMAIN ONSET DETECTION FOR MUSICAL SIGNALS
Chris Duxbury, Juan Pablo Bello, Mike Davies and Mark Sandler
  RHYTHMIC EXPRESSIVENESS TRANSFORMATIONS OF AUDIO RECORDINGS: SWING MODIFICATINS
Fabien Gouyon, Lars Fabig, Jordi Bonada
16:10 Coffee & Tea: Foyer of Peoples Palace
16:30 Gesture & User Interaction
  MUSESCAPE: AN INTERACTIVE CONTENT-AWARE MUSIC BROWSER
George Tzanetakis
  DRIVING PITCH-SHIFTING AND TIME-SCALING ALGORITHMSWITH ADAPTIVE AND GESTURAL TECHNIQUES
Arfib D., Verfaille V.
  CYMATIC: A TACTILE CONTROLLED PHYSICAL MODELLING INSTRUMENT
David M Howard and Stuart M Rimell
  INTRODUCING AUDIO D-TOUCH: A TANGIBLE USER INTERFACEFOR MUSIC COMPOSITION AND PERFORMANCE
E.Costanza, S.B.Shelley and Prof J.A.Robinson

Wednesday 10 September: Presentations

09:00 Keynote 2: Spectral Modelling Synthesis
Xavier Serra (University Pompeu Fabra):
09.45 Analysis & Synthesis II
  ADDITIVE SYNTHESIS BASED ON THE CONTINUOS WAVELET TRANSFORM: A SINUSOIDAL PLUS TRANSIENT MODEL
José R. Beltrán and Fernando Beltrán
  ANALYSIS AND RESYNTHESIS OF QUASI-HARMONIC SOUNDS: AN ITERATIVE FILTERBANK APPROACH
Harvey D. Thornburg, Randal J. Leistikow
  THE CATERPILLAR SYSTEM FOR DATA-DRIVEN CONCATENATIVE SOUND SYNTHESIS
Diemo Schwarz
10.45 Coffee & Tea: Foyer of Peoples Palace
11:10 Partial Tracking & Frequency Estimation
  ENHANCED PARTIAL TRACKING USING LINEAR PREDICTION
Mathieu Lagrange, Sylvain Marchand, Martin Raspaud
  DIRECT ESTIMATION OF FREQUENCY FROM MDCT-ENCODED FILES
L. Daudet
  ON SINUSOIDAL PARAMETER ESTIMATION
Stephen Hainsworth, Malcolm Macleod
12.30 Lunch & Posters
14.30 Spatialization & 3D Audio
  A NON-LINEAR TECHNIQUE FOR ROOM IMPULSE RESPONSE ESTIMATION
Tim Collins
  SOUND SPATIALIZATION BASED ON FAST BEAM TRACING IN THE DUAL SPACE
Marco Foco, Pietro Polotti, Augusto Sarti, Stefano Tubaro
  SOFTWARE FOR THE SIMULATION, PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND REAL-TIME IMPLEMENTATION OF WAVE FIELD SYNTHESIS SYSTEMS FOR 3D-AUDIO
Jose J. Lopez and Sergio Bleda
  ON THE USE OF SPATIAL CUES TO IMPROVE BINAURAL SOURCE SEPARATION
Harald Viste and Gianpaolo Evangelista
  ROOM SIMULATION FOR BINAURAL SOUND REPRODUCTION USING MEASURED SPATIOTEMPORAL IMPULSE RESPONSES
Cornelia Falch, Markus Noisternig, Stefan Warum, Robert Höldrich
16:10 Coffee & Tea: Foyer of Peoples Palace
16.30 Physical Modelling I
  AUTOMATIC METHODS FOR THE PHYSICAL MODELING OF SOUNDS IN THE WAVE DIGITAL DOMAIN
Giovanni De Sanctis, Augusto Sarti, Stefano Tubaro
  THE WAVE DIGITAL REED: A PASSIVE FORMULATION
Stefan Bilbao, Julien Bensa and Richard Kronland-Martinet
  SOUND SYNTHESIS BY PHYSICAL MODELING USING THE FUNCTIONAL TRANSFORMATION METHOD: EFFICIENT IMPLEMENTATIONS WITH POLYPHASE-FILTERBANKS
Stefan Petrausch, Rudolf Rabenstein
  A NEW ESTIMATION TECHNIQUE FOR DETERMINING THE CONTROL PARAMETERS OF A PHYSICAL MODEL OF A TRUMPET
Wim D’haes, Xavier Rodet, Dirk van Dyck

Thursday 11 September: Presentations

09.00 Keynote3: Music Information Retrieval
Tim Crawford (City University London)
 09.45 KTWeb –demo
 09.55 DAFX-04 advanced notification
10.00 Audio Coding
  HIGH FREQUENCY RECONSTRUCTION FOR BAND-LIMITED AUDIO SIGNALS
Chi-Min Liu, Wen-Chieh Lee, and Han-Wen Hsu
  PERCEPTUALLY MOTIVATED PARAMETRIC REPRESENTATION FOR HARMONIC SOUNDS FOR DATA COMPRESSION PURPOSES
Marko Helen, Tuomas Virtanen
10.40 Coffee & Tea: Foyer of Peoples Palace
11:10 Physical Modelling II
  A SIMPLE, ACCURATE WALL LOSS FILTER FOR ACOUSTIC TUBES
Jonathan Abel, Tamara Smyth, Julius O. Smith III
  THE VOICE OF THE DRAGON: A PHYSICAL MODEL OF A ROTATING CORRUGATED TUBE. 
Juraj Kojs, Stefania Serafin
  BLOCKCOMPILER —A RESEARCH TOOL FOR PHYSICAL MODELING AND DSP 
Matti Karjalainen
  10 CRITERIA FOR EVALUATING PHYSICAL MODELLING SCHEMES FOR MUSIC
Nicolas Castagne and Claude Cadoz
12.30 Lunch & Posters
14.30 Music Information Retrieval
  MOSIEVIUS: FEATURE DRIVEN INTERACTIVE AUDIO MOSAICING
Ari Lazier, Perry Cook
  HIERARCHICAL GAUSSIAN TREE WITH INERTIA RATIO MAXIMIZATION FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF LARGE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DATABASE
Geoffroy Peeters and Xavier Rodet
  SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE TUNING FOR BROADCAST AUDIO FINGERPRINTING
Eloi Batlle, Jaume Masip, Pedro Cano
15.20 Coffee & Tea: Foyer of Peoples Palace
15:40 Sound Modification & Effects
  FREQUENCY-DOMAIN TECHNIQUES FOR HIGH-QUALITY VOICE MODIFICATION
Jean Laroche
  CONTENT-BASED MELODIC TRANSFORMATIONS OF AUDIO FOR A MUSIC PROCESSING APPLICATION
Emilia Gómez, Gilles Peterschmitt, Perfecto Herrera
  AN EFFICIENT AUDIO TIME-SCALE MODIFICATION ALGORITHM FOR USE IN A SUBBAND IMPLEMENTATION 
David Dorran and Robert Lawlor
  A NEW APPROACH TO TRANSIENT PROCESSING IN THE PHASE VOCODER
Axel Röbel
  DESCRIPTION-DRIVEN CONTEXT-SENSITIVE EFFECTS
Adam T. Lindsay, Alan P. Parkes and Rosemary A. Fitzgerald

Posters

A HIERARCHICAL APPROACH TO AUTOMATICAL MUSICAL GENRE CLASSIFICATION. Juan José Burred and Alexander Lerch

SIMULATION OF SOUND SOURCE MOTION BY TIME-FREQUENCY FILTERING  John C. Sarris, Sotirios A. Dalianis, George E. Cambourakis Finn Jacobsen

CHAOTIC SIGNAL SYNTHESIS WITH REAL-TIME CONTROL: SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS IN PD, MAX/MSP, AND JMAX Shahrokh Yadegari

USING NONLINEAR AMPLIFIER SIMULATION IN DYNAMIC RANGE CONTROLLERS Jiri Schimmel

A HYBRID APPROACH TO A TIMBRALLY CONSISTENT VIRTUAL INSTRUMENT Sean O’Leary, Niall Griffith

MULTICHANNEL AUDIO DECORRELATION FOR CODING Soledad Torres-Guijarro, Jon Ander Beracoechea Álava, Luis I. Ortiz-Berenguer, F. Javier Casajús-Quirós

REAL TIME SPECTRAL EXPANSION FOR CREATIVE AND REMEDIAL SOUND TRANSFORMATION Jeremy J. Wells and Damian T. Murphy

FFT ANALYSIS AS A CREATIVE TOOL IN LIVE PERFORMANCE Sebastian Lexer and Dr.Michael Young

SPECTRAL PROPERTIES OF SOUNDS GENERATED VIA ELLIPTIC FUNCTIONS Vittorio Cafagna, Domenico Vicinanza

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PWSYNTH Mikael Laurson and Vesa Norilo

WAVE FIELD SYNTHESIS INTERACTIONWITH THE LISTENING ENVIRONMENT, IMPROVEMENTS IN THE REPRODUCTION OF VIRTUAL SOURCES SITUATED INSIDE THE LISTENING ROOM T. Caulkins, E. Corteel

“CURVATURE” PARAMETERS IN SOUND SCENE CREATION USING WAVE FILED SYNTHESIS. M. Nogues and E. Corteel

AN EXPRESSIVE REAL-TIME SOUND MODEL OF ROLLING Matthias Rath

EGOSOUND, AN EGOCENTRIC, INTERACTIVE AND REAL TIME APPROACH OF SOUND SPACE. Anne Sedes, Benoît Courribet, Jean-Baptiste Thiébaut

MUSICALLY EXPRESSIVE SOUND TEXTURES FROM GENERALIZED AUDIO Ben Recht and Brian Whitman

GUI FRONT-END FOR SPECTRAL WARPING Mr. T. Healy, Mr. T. Lysaght and Dr. J. Timoney

EXTRACTING THE PERCEIVED INTENSITY OF MUSIC TITLES Aymeric Zils, François Pachet

PERCEPTUAL EVALUATION OF WEIGHTED MULTICHANNEL BINAURAL FORMAT  Emmanuel Rio, Guillaume Vandernoot, Olivier Warusfel

A MIXED PHYSICAL AND PERCEPTUAL APPROACH TO CONTROL SPATIALIZATION IN AUDIO AUGMENTED REALITIES Olivier Delerue

EXTRACTION OF THE EXCITATION POINT LOCATION ON A STRING USING WEIGHTED LEAST-SQUARE ESTIMATION OF COMB FILTER DELAY Caroline Traube and Philippe Depalle

TIME-FREQUENCY TECHNIQUES FOR REVERBERATION TIME ESTIMATION FROM MUSICAL SIGNALS Alexis Baskind and Olivier Warusfel

GAIA: GRAPHICAL AUDIO INTERFACE APPLICATION David Topper

M/S CODING BASED ON BANDWIDTH-PROPORTIONAL NOISE-SHAPING CRITERION  Chi-Min Liu, Wen-Chieh Lee, and Yu-Hua Hsiao

FAST PERCEPTUAL CONVOLUTION FOR THE ROOM REVERBERATION Wen-Chieh Lee and Chi-Min Liu Chung-Han Yang and Jiun-In Guo

A COMPARISON OF MUSIC SIMILARITY MEASURES FOR A P2P APPLICATION Stephan Baumann, Tim Pohle

METABOLIC EMERGENT AUDITORY EFFECTS BY MEANS OF PHYSICAL PARTICLE MODELING: THE EXAMPLE OF MUSICAL SAND Luciani Annie, Castagne Nicolas, Tixier Nicolas

BIT ALLOCATION FOR ADAVANCED AUDIO CODINGBANDWIDTH-PROPOSIONAL NOISE-SHAPING Chi-Min. Liu, Wen-Chieh Lee, and Chu-Ting Chien

A REAL-TIME AUDIO RENDERING SYSTEM FOR THE INTERNET (iARS), EMBEDDED IN AN ELECTRONIC MUSIC LIBRARY (IAEM) Christopher Frauenberger and Winfried Ritsch

DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF MULTIPROCESSOR DSP BOARD FOR RADIO BROADCASTING A.McMahon B.V.D.Steen, P. Collins G.Hurst R.W.Stewart

ANALYSIS OF TRANSIENT MUSICAL SOUNDS BY AUTO-REGRESSIVE MODELING  Florian Keiler, Can Karadogan, Udo Zölzer, and Albrecht Schneider

THE CONTROL OF AN INTEGRATED MICROSOUND SYNTHESIS SYSTEM Laurent Pottier and Jean-François Oliver

IMPROVING ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES AT THE BOUNDARIES IN THE DIGITAL WAVEGUIDE MESH Andrew M. Nash and Damian T. Murphy

MATCHING LIVE SOURCES WITH PHYSICAL MODELS Paul Brossier, Mark Sandler and Mark Plumbley


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