CALL FOR PAPERS/Resonancias Nº36

Resonancias Nº36
Musical Research Journal
(Publication date: June 2015)
Special issue:  “Intersections between music, science and technology”
Guest editors: Rodrigo F. Cádiz and Nicolas Collins
Resonancias is a peer-reviewed, bi-annual academic journal of the Music Institute at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Resonancias welcomes original contributions of relevance in their respective areas. Articles can be written in Spanish, English or Portuguese, and they will be published in their original language. Resonancias does not provide translation services.
In this special call, we would like to receive contributions that reflect on the intersections of music, science and technology. Some suggested topics are:
Music and science
– Computational musicology
– Electroacoustic music analysis
– Gesture analysis in music performance
– Historical aspects of electroacoustic music in Chile or Ibero-America
– Music, sound and neurosciences
– Musical acoustics
– Physical modeling of musical instruments
Composition or interpretation
– Algorithmic composition
– Interactive music performance systems
– Live electronics
– New tendencies in music (circuit bending, live coding)
– Sound art and sound design
Music and technology
– Audio-based human computer interaction
– Computer music systems
– Computer systems for musical education
– Data sonification
– Digital audio processing and effects
– Music and robotics
– Musical information retrieval
– Network music
– New interfaces for musical expression
– Sound spatialization
All articles will be peer-reviewed using a double-blind system. The author will receive a statement justifying approval or rejection, according to the deadlines established by the editorial board.
During its fifteen years of existence, Resonancias has published local and international articles about subjects mainly related to music in Latin America and the Caribbean. The journal has been the official diffusion channel of the winner works of the “Samuel Claro Valdés” Latin-American Musicological Prize, given by the Music Institute of Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile since 1998, and it currently has become one of the main promotion tools of the discipline in our continent.
Submissions must be sent to in Word o RTF format, no later than January 18th, 2015.
More information (editorial boards, submission guidelines, formats, etc) available at