RE: A New CEC Project?

Subject: RE: A New CEC Project?
From: Andrew Nicols (
Date: Sat Oct 15 2005 - 18:21:15 EDT

The other problems include the technicalities of how you upload things? Most
servers have a limit to the amount you can upload over http, so it would
most likely have to rely on some kind of ftp or sftp upload at a guess. The
web side is theoretically easy with some kind of php or asp interface which
simply relates to the file database.

Any other input?

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of David Paquette
Sent: 15 October 2005 23:11
Subject: Re: A New CEC Project?

last year at the small informal meeting of the case/aces somebody (and if I
remember well it was Carey Dodge) proposed the idea of a web-based soundwalk
collection. One could upload a soundwalk and include details about the
location, the weather, etc. These would be available to all. It would indeed
require _lots_ of space but imagine! A sort of "themed" sonus...


On Sat, 15 Oct 2005 17:31:13 -0400 wrote:
> oops my response should have read...
> On 15-Oct-05, at 5:04 PM, Ned Bouhalassa wrote:
> >> First though, I'd like to find out if there's any interest here for
> >> such a thing.
> >>
> >> I do sound design for film and tv and installation and would
> >> definitely contribute to a project like this.
> > It would be great to have soundwalks from different cities, wind,
> > water and so on. Sound Library collections like sound ideas are
> > useful but overused.
> >
> > From a compositional standpoint I can think of interesting experiments
> > such as composers using 5 sounds on the library as a source for a
> > piece and posting their results to server etc...or posting soundclips
> > of new software they are experimenting with.
> >
> > server space is definitely an issue, but the interest should be there.
> > i would even be willing to pay a yearly fee for such a server, perhaps
> > as part of the CEC membership...
> >
> > chris
> >
> >
> >

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