Journal SEAMUS Call for 19/1 Fwd:

Subject: Journal SEAMUS Call for 19/1 Fwd:
From: Kevin Austin (
Date: Wed Jul 20 2005 - 00:15:10 EDT

Date: Mon, 04 Jul 2005 17:26:32 -0400
From: "Kristine H. Burns" <burnsk@FIU.EDU>
Subject: Journal SEAMUS Call for 19/1

Journal SEAMUS, Volume 19/1 (Spring 2006)

Journal SEAMUS announces a call for items related to the performance
of electro-acoustic music, including live electronics, alternate
controllers, electro-acoustic compositions with live instrumental and
vocal performers, and other relevant topics. For questions related to
submissions, please contact Kristine H. Burns or Tae Hong Park.
Articles should be approximately 4000 words, although submissions of
other lengths will be considered. Please submit all materials by
September 1, 2005 to be considered for Volume 19/1.

Journal SEAMUS, the official publication of the Society for
Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, is devoted to the
support and development of electro-acoustic music. The editors
encourage contributions from all members of the electro-acoustic
music community, including composers, performers, and researchers.
Areas of general interest include the aesthetics, theory, technology,
and history of electro-acoustic music in the United States. All
contributions are juried by the Journal SEAMUS Review Board.

Manuscripts must be submitted electronically. Microsoft Word is the
preferred format, although other standard programs will be accepted.
Manuscripts should be written according to the Chicago Manual of
Style. Footnotes should be numbered consecutively and gathered at the
end of the manuscript. All graphics should be sent as separate
attachments. Please include a brief biography (100-150 words).
Submissions should be sent to Tae Hong Park <>,
Managing Editor, Journal SEAMUS.


Journal SEAMUS, the official publication of the Society for
Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States, seeks items for review,
including all new publications (CDs, DVDs, books, and other
materials) related to the production of electro-acoustic music. In
addition, we seek information about upcoming events focused on the
creation and dissemination of electro-acoustic music.

Please contact Peter V. Swendsen <> for
submission procedures related to published materials, and Clay
Chaplin <> for conference and performance

Please direct comments or questions to Kristine H. Burns
<>, Editor, Journal SEAMUS.

Dr. Kristine H. Burns
Director, Music Technology
Florida International University
School of Music, UP Campus
Miami, FL 33199 USA



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