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KLG 2016 : klingt gut! symposium on sound


When May 26, 2016 - May 28, 2016
Where Hamburg, Germany
Submission Deadline Feb 14, 2016
Notification Due Mar 7, 2016
Categories    music   soundart

Call For Papers

klingt gut! 2016
Monday 16th November 2015

Media Technology Department, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Hamburg, Germany
Audio Engineering Society, Hamburg Student Section, Hamburg, Germany

Artwork or Paper proposal

Klingt gut! Symposium on Sound welcomes the submission of a wide range of scientific and artistic research with particular focus on Sound, Multimedia and Electronics. Submissions may fall into two categories:

I. Papers/lecture proposals, regarding:
audio semantics and linguistic implication on sound
immersive and 3D-Audio and Virtual Reality
sound design, sound art and musique concrète,
ethnomusicology and philosophy of sound/media
interfaces for music and sound

II. Artwork proposals, regarding:
sound art, soundscapes and musique concrete
sound and/or video installations
sound design for film
cross media art
interactive design and art

Proposals for papers and lectures should be presented as an abstract with a minimum of 350 and a maximum of 500 words detailing the research. Proposals for artwork should include a short description and detailed technical requirements. All submissions will be reviewed by the klingt gut! program committee. All proposals should be submitted via the klingt gut! website:

Important dates
Submissions: Open
Deadline for submission: 14th February 2016
Notification of acceptance: 7th March 2016

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