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Directions of Digital Audio Effects (DAFx)

Guest Editors:
Stefania Serafin: Aalborg University, Denmark
Silvin Willemsen: Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
Federico Fontana: University of Udine, Italy

Submission Status: Closed   |   Submission Deadline: Closed

We are pleased to invite contributions to this first edition of Directions of Digital Audio Effects (DAFx) to appear on the EURASIP Journal of Audio, Speech and Music processing.

In recent years, Digital Audio Effects  have seen a rapid development and new concepts and algorithms from different fields such as machine learning have been incorporated. Moreover, Digital Audio Effects have expanded their applications to different areas such as virtual, augmented and extended reality (VR, AR and XR) as well as games. 

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About the collection

In this special issue, we welcome both original research papers and tutorials in one or more of the following topics related to DAFx:

• Capture and Analysis 
• Representation, transformation and modelling
• Transmission and resynthesis
• Effects and manipulation
• Perception, psychoacoustics and evaluation
• Spatial sound analysis, coding and synthesis
• Source separation
• Physical modelling, virtual acoustic and analogue models
• Sound synthesis, composition and sonification
• Hardware and software design
• Music Information Retrieval and Intelligent Audio Engineering
• Sounds for Virtual and Augmented reality
• Applications of digital audio effects
• Multisensory presentation and digital effects

Submissions will be judged based on their academic quality, novelty, and relevance to the topic of digital audio effects. Authors of excellent contributions to relevant conferences, such as the 26th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx2023, Copenhagen, Denmark), will also be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to this special issue.

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