Australasian Computer Music Association

The Australasian Computer Music Conference (ACMC) will take place in both Sydney and Melbourne at the Australian Institute of Music from August 26-28, 2021. This will include a one-day special event called a Synthposium, focusing on the use of synthesis (hardware and software) in creative practice. See more at: acmc21.art

The Australasian Computer Music Association is a forum for Australian and New Zealand composers and researchers with an interest in music technology and computer music. The association was founded in 1989.

The Australasian Computer Music Conference (ACMC) is an annual gathering hosted in various cities in the region since 1993. The proceedings of previous conferences are available online.

Chroma is our peer-reviewed Journal, and was relaunched in 2021. Submissions are now open for our first issue.

Membership of the Australasian Computer Music Association is available for individuals and organisations, and is included in conference registration. Membership fees assist with our publishing costs and pay for conference scholarships and awards.

The committee is responsible for the association’s governance, and planning our activities and publications. It is elected from the association’s members. The association is not run for profit and all committee members are volunteers.

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