The Fifth International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation

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In conjunction with the Australasian Computer Music Conference, this five-day conference is dedicated to issues in theoretical and applied research and development in music notation and representation, with a particular focus on computer tools and applications, as well as a connection to music creation.

‘Technology’ in the conference title refers to any means that may contribute to the notation, representation and/or visualisation of music and sound for purposes that may include (but are not limited to) music composition, performance, representation, transcription, analysis and pedagogy.

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nat.grant@monash.edu

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