Re: electroacoustics - rap to tap


Subject: Re: electroacoustics - rap to tap
From: Ian Chuprun (ian_chuprun@econtact.ca)
Date: Thu Jul 01 2004 - 16:16:35 EDT


nick storring wrote:

> And even in the broader circle of people who enjoy experimental music,
> look for instance at Wire Magazine. How often is the ea used in there?
> From my experience not very often... And when it is used, frequently it
> is employed in conjunction with composers which appear on the "Modern
> Composition" page at the back, and not the one which says "Electronica,"
> "Critical Beats," "Dub", etc.

There's the rub, and might be a multi-pronged key to this discussion.
Wire is more of a socially interested mag than an arts-interested one,
(and getting more and more so it seems). It is good press and publicity
  as its readership is large and diverse, and while it seems to be a
one-of-a-kind (at least in English and available in my speciality shop
nearby) it really boils down to being about attitude and monolgue rather
than artistic discourse. Try doing a word search for electroacoustique
in Circuit. It may be a better example.

Ian



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