Sunday, 20 August

7:00 PM Informal Pre-Conference Pub Session  The Half Moon (Map)

Monday, 21 August

8:15 AM Registration (Foyer)
9:00 AM Welcome (Skeel)
9:15 AM Keynote 1 (Skeel) Probing Rhythmic Synchronization in our Mind’s Ear Chris Chafe (Stanford University)
10:00 AM Refreshments (Foyer)
10:30 AM Paper Session 1 (Skeel) Nü Soundworks: Using spectators smartphones as a distributed network of speakers and sensors during live performances. David Poirier-Quinot, Norbert Schnell, Olivier Warusfel (IRCAM)
    Loop-aware Audio Recording for the Web Gerard Roma, Anna Xambó, Jason Freeman (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Web Sonification Sandbox – an Easy-to-Use Web Application for Sonifying Data and Equations Zachary Kondak (Georgia Tech)
    Active Server Roles for Extended Distributed Performance Complexity in Diamonds in Dystopia Jesse Allison, Derick Ostrenko, Vincent Cellucci (Louisiana State University)
    Open band: Audience Creative Participation Using Web Audio Synthesis Ariane Stolfi et al. (Universidade de São Paulo, Queen Mary Univ. of London)
    Real Time Tube Guitar Amplifier Simulation Using WebAudio Michel Buffa, Jerome Lebrun (Université Côte d’Azur, CNRS, INRIA)
12:30 PM Lunch (Curve)
2:00 PM Poster/Demo Craze 1 (Skeel)
2:15 PM Talk Session 1 (Skeel) Soundtrap: Collaborative music production with Web Audio Andrew MacPherson, Fredrik Lind (Soundtrap)
    Piper: Audio Feature Extraction in Browser and Mobile Applications Lucas Thompson, Chris Cannam (Queen Mary University of London)
    Intelligent audio plugin framework for the Web Audio API Nicholas Jillings, Yonghao Wang, Ryan Stables, Joshua Reiss (Birmingham City University, Queen Mary University of London)
    Is Web Audio ready for the stage/dancefloor? Matt McKegg (Loop Drop)
    Building an IDE for an embedded system using web technologies Astrid Bin, Jack Armitage, Liam Donovan, Andrew McPherson (Queen Mary University of London)
    Food Opera Ben Houge (Berklee College of Music)
3:45 PM Coffee break (Foyer)
4:00 PM Poster/Demo Session 1 (Foyer & balcony) Usage of Physics Engines for UI Design in NexusUI Chase Mitchusson (LSU)
    Hi-precision audio in listening tests – also in the browser? Benjamin Pedersen (DELTA)
    Web Technologies for Scientific Hearing Experiments and Teaching – An Overview Bastian Bechtold, Joerg Bitzer, Stephanus Volke (Jade Hochschule)
    Compiling Faust audio DSP code to WebAssembly Stéphane Letz, Yann Orlarey, Dominique Fober (GRAME)
    Intelligent audio workstation in the browser Nicholas Jillings, Ryan Stables (Birmingham City University)
    ARCADE 3D-audio codec: an implementation for the web Benjamin Bernard (Coronal Audio)
    Loop Drop: Live Electronic Music Software powered by Web Audio Matt McKegg (Loop Drop)
    Cloudspeakers – a mobile performance network Raimund Vogtenhuber (University of Arts Zurich / ICST)
    Demonstrating Interactive Machine Learning Tools for Rapid Prototyping of Gestural Instruments in the Browser Adam Parkinson, Michael Zbyszynski, Francisco Bernardo (Goldsmiths)
    Freesound Explorer: Make Music While Discovering Freesound! Frederic Font, Giuseppe Bandiera (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
6:00 PM Dinner (not provided)
8:00 PM Concert 1 (Oxford House Theatre) Diamonds in Dystopia Jesse Allison, Derick Ostrenko, Vincent Cellucci (Louisiana State University)
    Open band – Audio Type Ariane Stolfi et al. (Universidade de São Paulo, Queen Mary Univ. of London)
    Hyperconnected Action Painting Anna Xambó, Gerard Roma (Georgia Institute of Technology)
    Food Opera Ben Houge (Berklee College of Music)
    88 Fingers Norbert Schnell, Benjamin Matuszewski (Ircam)

Tuesday, 22 August

8:00 AM Registration (Foyer)
9:15 AM Keynote 2 (Skeel) Distributed Listening – A Practitioner’s Perspective Franziska Schroeder (Queen’s University Belfast)
10:00 AM Refreshments (Foyer)
10:30 AM Paper Session 2 (Skeel) trackswitch.js: A Versatile Web-Based Audio Player for Presenting Scientific Results Nils Werner, Stefan Balke, Fabian-Robert Stöter, Meinard Müller, Bernd Edler (International Audio Laboratories Erlangen)
    The WASABI Project: a 2 million song database with audio and cultural metadata plus WebAudio enhanced client applications Michel Buffa et al (Côte d’Azur, CNRS, INRIA, DEEZER)
    Strategies for Per-Sample Processing of Audio Graphs in the Browser Charlie Roberts (Rochester Institute of Technology)
    Practicable Soundmapping: JavaScript enabled Edge Compute Tae Hong Park, Minjoon Yoo (NYU)
    LFO – A Graph-based Modular Approach to the Processing of Data Streams Benjamin Matuszewski, Norbert Schnell (Ircam)
    Write once run anywhere revisited: machine learning and audio tools in the browser with C++ and Emscripten Matthew Yee-King, Mick Grierson, Michael Zbyszynski, Leon Fedden (Goldsmiths University of London)
12:30 PM Lunch (Curve)
2:00 PM Poster/Demo Craze 2 (Skeel)
2:15 PM Talk Session 2 (Skeel) Sound Colour Space – A Virtual Museum Daniel Muzzulini, Raimund Vogtenhuber (University of Arts Zurich / ICST)
    A modern approach to assess loudness and dynamics with Web Audio native nodes Sebastian Zimmer (Cologne Center for eHumanities)
    Noiseless Web Audio tests Christoph Guttandin (Media Codings)
    Usage of Physics Engines for UI Design in NexusUI Anthony Marasco, Chase Mitchusson, Jesse Allison (Louisiana State University)
    Playing (with) Mobile Devices and Web Standards … Together Norbert Schnell, Benjamin Matuszewski (Ircam)
3:45 PM Coffee break (Foyer)
4:00 PM Poster/Demo Session 2 (Foyer & balcony) BAT: An open-source, web-based audio events annotation tool Blai Meléndez-Catalán, Emilio Molina, Emilia Gómez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona Music and Audio
Techonologies)
    Exploring Musical Expression on the Web by Deforming Audio Recordings of Performances Decomposed at a Note Level Florian Thalmann, Sebastian Ewert, Geraint Wiggins, Mark B. Sandler (Queen Mary University of London)
    Synchronized mobile devices using web audio technology on a Raspberry Pi Jan-Torsten Milde (Fulda university of Applied Science)
    Towards a Framework for the Discovery of Collections of Live Music Recordings and Artefacts on the Semantic Web Thomas Wilmering, Florian Thalmann, Mark B. Sandler (Queen Mary University of London)
    A Web Audio Node for the Fast Creation of Natural Language Interfaces for Audio Production Michael Donovan, Prem Seetharaman, Bryan Pardo (Northwestern University)
    HTML Web Audio Elements: Easy Interaction with the Web Audio API Through HTML Stephanus Volke, Bastian Bechtold, Joerg Bitzer (Jade Hochschule)
    WebX0X Version 2 Tony Wallace (Irritant Creative Inc.)
    A collaborative web platform for sound archives management and analysis Thomas Fillon, Guillaume Pellerin (Parisson/IRCAM)
    WebAudio Guitar Tube Amplifier vs native amp simulations Michel Buffa, Jerome Lebrun (Université Côte d’Azur, CNRS, INRIA)
    Real Time Synthesized Sound Effects Web Service Adan Benito, Thomas Vasallo (Queen Mary University of London)
6:00 PM End of sessions
7:30 PM Banquet (Trafalgar Tavern)  

Wednesday, 23 August (TBC)

8:00 AM Registration (Foyer)
9:00 AM Audio Mostly keynote 1 (Skeel)  
10:05 AM Coffee break (Foyer)
10:30 AM Hack Session Craze (People’s Palace 1)
10:45 AM Tutorial/hack session block 1 (People’s Palace 1, People’s Palace 2) Recent and future evolution of the Web Audio API Paul Adenot (Mozilla)
    Improvise musical …Loops with others thanks to your Wi-Fi device’s Web browser Iwan Dewi Lavanant (…Loops)
12:15 PM Joint lunch with Audio Mostly (Octagon)
1:20 PM Tutorials, hack sessions block 2 (People’s Palace 1, People’s Palace 2) Creating and Rendering Spatial Audio on the Web Felicia Lim, Jamieson Brettle (Google)
    Noiseless Web Audio tests Chris Guttandin (Media Codings)
2:30 PM Break (Foyer)
2:40 PM Tutorials, hack sessions block 3 (People’s Palace 1, People’s Palace 2) JSAP Tutorial: Build and deploy web audio effects Nicholas Jillings, Ryan Stables (Birmingham City University)
    Designing and Deploying sample-based Instruments John Ivers, Laurent Le Graverend, Gilles Piou (BandLab)
4:40 PM Refreshments (Foyer)
5:00 PM Pub/Dinner/Discussions (not organized)
7:00 PM Concert 2 (joint with Audio Mostly) (93 Feet East) Frabjous day Charlie Roberts (Rochester Institute of Technology)
    Live JS Matt McKegg, Martin Schuhfuss, Tim Pietrusky (Loop Drop, Live JS)
    Plurality Spring Simon Hutchinson and Paul Turowski
    Human-Robot Improvisation: Cyther Scott Barton
    Stockholm, 7th of April 2017 Luca Turchet
    Improv Franziska Schroeder and Chris Chafe

Artworks

The artworks will be exhibited in the People’s Palace balcony during the entire conference (i.e. Monday to Wednesday).

Runaway Reverie David Su
Apophenia Ehsan Ziya
WebbyJam, a web tune editor of new type Hiroyuki Takakura
FutureCollider: Generative Sonification of Large Hadron Collider data using Tone.JS Nontokozo Sihwa
Sonification and Visualization of Parametric Equations Edward Ball
Sunspots Jeffrey Snyder