36th ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2020
Organised by the Electroacoustics Group of the Institute of Acoustics
in collaboration with ABTT, AES, APRS & ISCE
The 36th Reproduced Sound Conference will focus on all aspects of electroacoustics, and will bring together practitioners, educators and students in an atmosphere with a friendly and enthusiastic 'buzz', which is a hallmark of past RS conferences. Authors are encouraged to include practical elements and demonstrations in their presentations and could be allocated extra time if requested.
Call for Papers on all electroacoustic topics including the following:
Live Event and Stage Sound Immersive Audio
Acoustics in Rooms Speech Intelligibility
Audio System Design Measurement and Evaluation
Audio Signal Processing Cinema and Broadcast Sound
Installation Sound Case Studies
Please send your abstract (150 words) for papers plus a short biography of up to 150 words to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 17 July 2020. Final written papers for the Proceedings must be submitted by Friday 23 October 2020
Please use this link to the Reproduced Sound website http://www.reproducedsound.co.uk
Due to continuing risks and concerns over public gatherings, the committee for the Electroacoustics Group in the Institute of Acoustics have taken the decision to plan a very different format for Reproduced Sound in 2020. The event will occur on-line, though we will devise a program and format to continue to encourage the highly valued interactive elements of the Reproduced Sound series of annual conferences since 1984.
Contributors are encouraged to continue to propose papers, tutorials, demonstrations etc on this basis. Nobody will be required to attend a physical conference or meeting space, with all contributions and interactions happening over remote video and audio links. This form of interaction has become familiar with many in recent years, and particularly so in recent months. In particular, we are seeing increasing use of various formats of remote participation being applied to conferences and seminars of various scales and styles. We will continue to observe and learn from this maturing practice and hope very much to bring the best of what is learned to an excellent, memorable, if unconventional, Reproduced Sound 2020 event.
The event will occur on the original planned dates of 18 -19 November 2020. Some items may be scheduled in the few days before and/or after. We expect to plan presentations to allow for a range of timing formats, from the traditional 20 minutes plus 10 minutes Q&A, extending out to longer slots and interactive sessions as appropriate.
To allow this unusual format to be properly considered by potential contributors, we have extended the deadline for abstracts and proposals to FRIDAY 17 JULY 2020. The organising committee will be meeting more often than usual to consider the contributions offered, so these are encouraged to be sent at any time from now.