By Pontus Larsson (auth.), Sølvi Ystad, Mitsuko Aramaki, Richard Kronland-Martinet, Kristoffer Jensen (eds.)
This publication constitutes the completely refereed post-conference complaints of the sixth overseas Symposium on machine tune Modeling and Retrieval, CMMR 2009, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in might 2009. The 25 revised complete papers provided have been specifically reviewed and corrected for this complaints quantity. The conference's subject matters contain auditory exploration of knowledge through sonification and audification; actual time tracking of multivariate date; sound in immersive interfaces and teleoperation; perceptual concerns in auditory exhibit; sound in generalized laptop interfaces; applied sciences helping auditory show production; facts dealing with for auditory reveal structures; functions of auditory demonstrate.
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Finding narrative aspects in the ”natural” sounds helped creating aesthetically ﬁtting mixes of everyday sounds with ﬁctional sounds. And conversely, the transfer from ﬁctional to real life scenarios seemed to work especially well where the sound design in the ﬁctional scenario would rely already on a certain familiarity with a real life experience, usually associated with material qualities. Examples are sounds of unstable structures (wobbling, creaking) or electric discharges. g. by cutting or processing.
A post-review stage could be added to integrate interpretations from people who did not attend the workshop. The temporal ﬂexibility of process is an important factor in order to implement it in actual curricula. Despite the time constraints of the ﬁrst workshop it was possible to follow the essential steps of the process. However, the reduction of discussion time for step 6 created a serious limitation to the evaluative quality. This was addressed in the subsequent workshop, whose duration (12 days) seems optimal for developing elaborate prototypes.
3 The Workshop Structure So far three workshops have been carried out. The third iteration has not been evaluated yet and thus is not discussed here. Each iteration maintained the basic structure in order to establish comparability of speciﬁc aspects. Other aspects were slightly modiﬁed in order to accommodate circumstances and insights from previous iterations. Several reasons would motivate and justify the modiﬁcations, for example the time available, group size or the background of participants.