Fwd: Spatialization competition "space of sound" 2004

Subject: Fwd: Spatialization competition "space of sound" 2004
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Mon May 10 2004 - 12:22:00 EDT

>Date: Mon, 10 May 2004 16:08:45 +0100 (BST)
>From: "A. Vande Gorne" <musiques.recherches@skynet.be>
>Subject: Spatialization competition "space of sound" 2004
>Spatialization competition "space of sound"
>Interpretation of acousmatic works
>Recorded work composed in studio, projected over loudspeakers in
>concert, without live intervention of other sound sources.
>The interpretation of acousmatic works through spatialization involves
>sound-projection and diffusion through a reduced system of loudspeakers
>deployed within a specific space.
>The "musiques & recherches" acousmonium consists of 60 loudspeakers and
>an analog console that can send out up to 40 channels. In this
>competition, spatialization is done "manually", that is, free of any
>digital-technology automated storing and programming spatialization system.
>The interpreters themselves control and play the console during the
>competition, so, their presence is absolutely essential.
>The competition is open to the public and will take place from october
>21 to 24, 2004 as part of the 10th international acousmatic festival
>"the Space of Sound" at the marni theatre in brussels.
>The registration form and other required documents as indicated in the
>competition guidelines must be sent to "musiques & recherches" by
>registered mail, postmarked before july 6, 2004.
>There is no registration fee.
>Each candidate will be required to present four works as follows:
>- one imposed piece
>- two works selected the day before the performance, from the list of
>"classical repertory" which candidates will be sent upon completion
>of registration
>- one work of the candidates' choice (personal compositions are not
>Maximum duration of each work is 15 minutes.
>Prizes are awarded on the last day of the festival, october 24th, 2004.
>Competition guidelines and registration form are available upon request
>from the office of "musiques & recherches" (telephone:: +32.2.354.43.68.
>Email: info@musiques-recherches.org) or can be downloaded from the
>"musiques & recherches" website: http://www.musiques-recherches.org

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