Call for tutorials

Tutorials are a great way to share some expertise and experience on a specific topic appealing to the conference audience.


Original tutorials are encouraged in, but not limited to, the following topics:

  • Music and emotions (e.g. analysis, retrieval, synthesis, composition, performance, music for images)
  • Computational musicology
  • Auditory perception and cognition
  • Virtual reality, augmented reality and human-computer interaction related to music
  • Digital music libraries
  • User studies (e.g. ethnography, usability of music software)
  • New methods for music representation and visualization
  • Retrieval and music recommendation tools
  • Intelligent music tutoring systems
  • Music games and interactive learning
  • Music production and composition tools
  • Structuring of audio data
  • Cooperative music networks
  • Analysis, recognition, comparison, classification, and modeling of sound and music
  • Music and sound data mining
  • Sound synthesis
  • Optical music recognition
  • Semantic web music technologies
  • Sound source separation
  • Music structure analysis
  • Music transcription
  • Artificial intelligence and cognitive science for sound and music


Procedures to submit tutorials are detailed in the Author instructions & Submission section from the CMMR 2012 website. The presenters of tutorials should be registered at CMMR 2012.

Important dates for tutorials

Tutorial Submission deadline 1st February 2012
Notification of acceptance 28th March 2012

For inquiries regarding tutorial submissions, please contact the chairs using the following email address: