Subject: Re: A New CEC Project? Archiving and Acess-Ability
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Sun Oct 16 2005 - 11:48:07 EDT
hey all you lovely stuffed shirts ... :-)
th Candian Consulate ? what do i know ? nothing ....
i'd recommend contacting Professor Truax (et al) at SFU, duh ? i'd imagine
Dr. David Murphy (my bro) would know how to upload and stuff by Wednesday.
and i'd go on Saturday and begin going over th DAT tapes with them to start
th transfers to MP3 etc. But that will have to be after i meet Michael
O'Neill and Kenneth Newby for Coffee on th Drive ;-) Didn't Davide Paquette
do his MA on / off Commercial Drive ?
There are a few lovely shadow puppets (who are really humans in dis.guise)
who would be able to help pass th puck or dats, discuss th logistics, and
do th other mundane stuff ... required to compose 8 channel symphonies /
upload sounds to SONUS etc ...
but is your studio Access-Able ? and do you provide th pop corn ?
west of, sylvi macCormac
http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
siwash rock & soundscape compositon
awarded : Marcia Award for Electroacoustic Arts - SFU 1899
BFA - SFU - Music Major, Englich Xtended Minor
with studies in EA & Soundscape with Barry Truax,
Arne Eigenfeldt, Martin Gotfrite, Janet Danielson,
Martine Bartlett (who loves th Gamelan, Kayu Madu Sari, living/breathing at
Kevin Austin wrote:
> Who would we need to contact to arrange this?
> >a kind of WSP - World Soundscape Project on th CEC. Xcellent. There
> >are so many recodings in th WSP Recordings, that it would be a
> >wondeful contribution ... to an access-able WWW ... i'd help ..
> >Access-Able :-) SOUNDS great ..
> >best, sylvi macCormac
> >out back recording trains
> >keeping th rubber chickens
> >from composing too much noize
> >Ned Bouhalassa wrote:
> >> On 16-Oct-05, at 12:04 AM, Morgan Sutherland wrote:
> >> Here's a question... What would this do that FreeSound doesn't?
> >> Quality rather than quantitiy?
> >> Yes, for one thing. Another positive would be that it would be
> >>another CEC project, which is a good thing, IMO. The content would
> >>also be generated by people on this list, and so we could influence
> >>what goes into the bank by having discussions on this forum. It
> >>would be a different way for us to share our particular way of
> >>hearing the world, using sounds instead of words. It might be
> >>easier to hear the results of the use of some of your recordings in
> >>other people's works, since we're a relatively small group. There's
> >>a higher than average proportion of people on this list who are
> >>very good at recording, and/or who are active composers, so the
> >>material could be both of high quality and inspiring/useful.
> > >
> > > Ned
> > >
> > > ___ Ned Bouhalassa ___
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