Reply by v_verfaille February 22, 20062006-02-22

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   9th International Conference on Digital Audio Effets, DAFx-06
   September 18-20, 2006
   Montreal, Canada

NEW: the submission website opened the 15th of February!
	The 9th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects, DAFx-06, will be
September 18-20, 2006, at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, organized by the
Technology Area of the Schulich School of Music and CIRMMT (Center for
Research in Music Media and Technology). DAFx grew from a very successful COST
in Europe and has established a reputation for the excellence of the papers and
its open, 
friendly atmosphere. It is an event where everyone is involved in some aspect of
music and 
information technology, from new ways to play electronic instruments to music 
information retrieval.

DAFx appeals to researchers and practitioners in digital audio and digital music

processing. The conference will feature keynote addresses, poster, and spoken 
presentation sessions over 3 days.

Topics include:
* Audio Effects
* Sound Representation & Sound Modeling
* Sound Synthesis
* Audio Coding
* Time-frequency & Spectral Processing
* Audio Analysis and Low-level Features
* Spatialization, Localization and Wave Field Synthesis
* Perceptual Issues and Psychoacoustics
* Software and Hardware Implementations
* Music Information Retrieval Systems
* Automatic Transcription and High-level Features
* Auditory Displays
* Source Separation
* Audio Restoration
* Audio and the Internet
* Audio for Multimedia
* Performance and Gestural Control
* Compositional uses and issues
Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length papers before March 31,
according to one of the following two paper formats:

  - Oral Presentation: maximum 6 pages in the Proceedings; about 20 minutes for 
  - Poster Presentation: maximum 4 pages in the Proceedings.

Submission is fully electronic and automated through the Conference Web
System (already opened at Papers must be prepared
according to 
the instructions available at the DAFx'06 web site ( and sent
by March, 
31 2006.

All submissions are subject to peer review. Final version of the accepted
contributions will 
be published in the Conference Proceedings distributed to all registered
delegates at the 
Conference site. After the Conference closure, the Proceedings will be published
on the 
Internet (see previous conferences by browsing at
Paper Submission:                March 31, 2006
Notification of Acceptance:     May 31, 2006
Final Paper Submission:         June 30, 2006
	For further information about Dafx, travel, accommodation, registration, etc.
see the 
general information page at
	Philippe Depalle
Associate Professor
Schulich School of Music
McGill University
Montreal, Quebec