Juan-Pablo Cáceres

Publications and Talks

Journal Articles

Robert Hamilton, Juan-Pablo Cáceres, Chryssie Nanou, and Chris Platz. “Multi-modal musical environments for mixed-reality performance.” Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, 4, 2011. [LINK| PDF]

Juan-Pablo Cáceres and Chris Chafe. “JackTrip/SoundWIRE meets server farm.” Computer Music Journal, 34(3), 2010. [LINK| PDF]

Juan-Pablo Cáceres and Chris Chafe. “JackTrip: Under the hood of an engine for network audio.” Journal of New Music Research, 39(3) ,2010. [LINK| PDF]

Chris Chafe, Juan-Pablo Cáceres and Michael Gurevich. “Effect of Temporal Separation on Synchronization in Rhythmic Performance.” Perception, 39(7), 2010. [LINK| PDF]

Conference Papers and Presentations

Juan-Pablo Cáceres and Chris Chafe. “JackTrip/SoundWIRE Meets Server Farm.” In Proceedings of 6th Sound and Music Computing Conference, pages 95–98, Porto, Portugal, 2009. [PDF]

Juan-Pablo Cáceres and Chris Chafe. “JackTrip: Under the hood of an engine for network audio.” In Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference, Montreal, 2009. [PDF|MOV]
(Winner: Journal of New Music Research Best Paper Award ICMC 2009)

Robert Hamilton and Juan-Pablo Cáceres “Music in the Metaverse: Networked Musical Performance with Virtual Environments.” 2nd Metaverse U conference, Stanford, CA, May 29-30, 2009. -Invited Talk-. [MOV]

Juan-Pablo Cáceres “Synchronization and Acoustics in Network Performance.” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. Volume 124, Issue 4, pp. 2489–2489. 156th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA), Miami, Florida, November 11, 2008. -Invited Talk-. [MOV (use arrows to move though the presentation)]

Juan-Pablo Cáceres, Robert Hamilton, Deepak Iyer, Chris Chafe, and Ge Wang. “To the edge with china: Explorations in network performance.” In ARTECH 2008: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Digital Arts, pages 61–66, Porto, Portugal, 2008. ISBN 978-989-95776-3-3. [PDF]

Juan-Pablo Cáceres and Alain B. Renaud. “Playing the network: the use of time delays as musical devices.” In Proceedings of International Computer Music Conference, pages 244–250, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 2008. [PDF]

Juan-Pablo Caceres, Gautham J. Mysore, and Jeffrey Treviño. “SCUBA: the self-contained unified bass augmenter.” In NIME ’05: Proceedings of the 5th international conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, pages 38–41, Vancouver, Canada, 2005. [PDF]


Juan-Pablo Cáceres - orquesta (solo CD). Published in USA with INNOVA, 2006. [LINK]

Yonhosago - Album 1 (Descuento) (avant-garde rock band CD). Published in Italy with Lizard Records, 2005. [LINK]


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I am a composer and an engineer born in Santiago, Chile. I am currently a PhD candidate in Computer Music at Stanford University, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA).



Soundwire Research Group at CCRMA
Collective of musicians exploring network music that I co-founded.
Center For Computer Research in Music and Acoustics,
Stanford University
My glitch pop band
Director of CCRMA and my advisor