Multi-Speaker Symposium: Preliminary Call for Works


Subject: Multi-Speaker Symposium: Preliminary Call for Works
From: Kevin Austin (kevin.austin@videotron.ca)
Date: Tue Jun 08 2004 - 10:03:25 EDT


2004 June 06
Concordia University, Montreal, Québec, Canada

** Symposium/Harvest Moon Festival on Multi-speaker Works **

** September 22, 23, 24 (Wednesday thru Friday) **

Three afternoons of presentations and panels will be complemented by
three evening concerts of multi-channel works. (*) Thursday afternoon
will be hosted by Dominique Bassal who will discuss his
groundbreaking work on <Mastering for Electroacoustic Works>. This
symposium is linked with the CEC's two major distribution activities,
eContact! and Sonus.ca.

*** Papers, Panels, Presentations: Preliminary Call

Artists / researchers / thinkers interested in presenting a paper or
participating on one of the panels related to multi-speaker
applications are invited to send a 100 - 250 word Statement of
Interest and summary at this time. Accepted papers will be published
in eContact! of the CEC. Recordings of the panels will also be made
available.

The general theme of the Wednesday afternoon is: Current Practice;
that of the Friday being: Future Practice and Planning for the 2005
Conference.

*** Preliminary Call for Multi-channel works (4.1 to 8.1)

This is a preliminary Call for Works created specifically for
multi-speaker systems, 4.1 to 8.1. Works of any duration will be
considered although pieces of under 30 minutes will be given
preference. Works are required to have a technical note on how the
multi-channel format was integrated into the piece.

Composers / sound artists are invited to send completed pieces, or
notification of work in progress for consideration. The medium of
performance is ADAT or DA-88.

While the composers of the selected works are encouraged to attend
the Symposium/ Festival, attendance is not required for a work to be
presented, or a paper presentation to be published.

The official Call for Participation will be presented in two weeks
time along with details and technical specifications.

Kevin Austin
Montreal, QC, Canada
kevin.austin@videotron.ca

(*) On Saturday September 25, there will be a free concert of music
for zheng, including a work for two zhengs and multi-channel sound.



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