Special Issue on Ubiquitous Music
This volume features a diversity of proposals gathered around the current efforts in ubiquitous music (or ubimus) research. Three papers provide contributions to timbre interaction involving lay participants. Two proposals target the development of network-based music making, one case features synchronous exchanges of visual code and another case proposes the implementation of musical robots within the context of the Internet of Musical Things. The volume wraps up with an interview on ecocomposition, one of the lines of research that has been nourished by ubimus initiatives.