Chroma is the Journal of the Australasian Computer Music Association. This publication provides a forum for new compositions, information sharing, and research about music technology and computer music, principally throughout Australia and New Zealand.
From 1989-2006, Chroma was the newsletter of the Australasian Computer Music Association. The publication was relaunched in 2021 as a fully peer-reviewed and open accesss journal to accompany the annual Australasian Computer Music Conference (ACMC).
Chroma is calling for contributions for volume 39: reconnecting. Contributions from speakers at the ACMC, the computer music communities in Australia, New Zealand and beyond. Manuscripts received by 1/11/2022 will be considered for this issue.
A few articles from volume 38 are now available with more in the pipeline!
Chroma is calling for contributions for our re-launch issue. We particularly welcome complete manuscripts from speakers at the Australasian Computer Music Conference in 2020 and 2021. Manuscripts received by 1/11/2021 will be considered for the first issue, however submissions will be reviewed and published earlier if possible.
This is the inaugural issue of the rebooted Chroma, Journal of the Australasian Computer Music Association. From 1989 to 2006, Chroma was regularly issued by the ACMA with a particular focus on reporting events in the computer music community to a primarily Australia ... See the full issue