Introduction

The Midwest Music and Audio Day is a one-day get together of music information and music audio processing researchers and artists, held at Northwestern University just outside of Chicago in Evanston, IL. This will be a chance for research groups and artists from the Midwest to meet and present their works in a more relaxed and more affordable setting than is typical at IEEE and ACM-style conferences. Registration is free. Opportunities to present work as posters/talks/demos/art works are available to registered participants. Parking and lunch will be provided free of charge for all presenters and attendees up a maximum of 50 registered attendees. Limited travel assistance funding will be available for long distance presenters in financial need.

When and Where?

Date: Friday, June 23, 2017
Venue: ITW room, Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA
Click here for directions

MMAD was made possible due to the generous support of

  • The Barry and Mary Ann MacLean Fund for Art and Engineering

  • Computer Science / Northwestern Engineering

Attending Organizations (Updated: June 20th)

  • Companies: Bose, Shure, GN, 2112, mProve Health, HDpiano, Soundslice, Huron
  • Universities: Northwestern University, Indiana University, New York University, University of Catania, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, University of Iowa, University of Michigan, University of Rochester, Westmont College, Carnegie Mellon University, Westmont College, University of Illinois at Chicago

Call For Participation

We invite submissions (talks/posters/demo/art works) across a variety of categories for research related to music and audio. If you want to present your work, please submit an abstract describing your work in the registration page. The abstract should be less than 250 words.
Research area of particular interest include (but are not limited to):

  • Music information retrieval
  • Music recommendation
  • Instrumentation identification
  • AI for music generation
  • Speech modeling and synthesis
  • Auditory modeling
  • Environmental sound recognition
  • Audio fingerprinting
  • Song lyrics transcription
  • Voice morphing
  • Audio source separation
  • 3D audio
  • Auditory display and sonification
  • Sound visualization
  • language detection
  • Speech recognition
  • Speech generation
  • Interface design for music or audio application
  • Digital musical instrument design
  • Controllers and interfaces for musical expression
  • Interactive sound art and installations

Free Registration

Registration is closed

Important Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline (i.e. registration deadline if you want to present work) - May 22 (Monday), 2017
  • MMAD - June 23, 2017

Contact Us

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Reach us at interactiveaudiolab [at] gmail [dot] com

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