Monthly Archives: December 2015

DAFx Awards

During the DAFx conference dinner, awards for the best papers were announced. Honourable Mentions:

Second Place

Winner

As posted on the DAFx website – http://www.ntnu.edu/dafx15/

DAFx Day 3

Day three of the Digital Audio Effects Conference (DAFx15) began with an excellent introduction and summary of Wave Digital filters and Digital Wave Guides by Kurt Werner and Julius O. Smith from CCRMA, in which the current state of the art in physical modelling no nonlinearities was presented and some potential avenues for future exploration was discussed. Following on from this work was discussed

DAFx Day 2

Photo from http://www.ntnu.edu/web/dafx15/dafx15 Photo by Jørn Adde © Trondheim kommune

Day two of DAFx conference in Trondheim NTNU opened with Marije Baalmans keynote on the range of hardware and software audio effects and synthesisers are available to artists, and how different artists utilise these effects. This talk was focused primarily on small embedded systems that artists use, such as Arduino, Beaglebone Black and Raspberry Pi. Later in the day, some excellent work including: