Subject: Re: SEAMUS
From: Rick (
Date: Sun Oct 16 2005 - 18:42:43 EDT

I'll have to throw in another yes.

It was a SEAMUS conference in Birmingham, Alabama that actually gave
me a taste of real concert EA. The BEAST guys were there and that
pretty much did me in. The people I've met there are very supportive
as well.

The yearly CD is just good to have and gives you some more ideas of
some of the other stuff that's out there.

And there's that ASCAP student composer commission which is worth a try as well.
It's a no risk deal at student prices.


On 10/16/05, Michael Rhoades <> wrote:
> Hi Morgan.
> For me, SEAMUS has been an extremely educational and rewarding experience.
> It has been my great fortune to have attended several of the national
> conferences. They are each a very intensely immersive experience into the
> most current E/A music and video being produced by the worlds experts in the
> field. To hear and see their work diffused on state of the art sound and
> visual diffusion systems and then to be able to talk with them about it has
> truly been one of the high points of my life. There are always highly
> evocative papers discussing the theories and practices by these individuals
> as well. Every year I look forward to the possibility of attending. The
> Journal SEAMUS, the newsletter and the annual CD are all icing on the cake.
> Through SEAMUS I have forged lifelong relationships with several like minded
> composers that I would have otherwise had no way to meet. I for one feel it
> is well worth the conservative membership fee to be a member.
> Michael Rhoades
> On 10/15/05 12:01 PM, "Morgan Sutherland" <> wrote:
> > I can join as a student for $25. Is it worth it?

Rick Nance
De Montfort University
Leicester, UK

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