Subject: Re: SEAMUS
From: Morgan Sutherland (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Oct 16 2005 - 19:35:58 EDT
Ok. I'm going to hold off on joining until I have been freed from
slavery. Living on an island, going to concerts is an impossibility,
I'm short on cash at the moment, and I'm not sure how "serious about
EAM" I am.
I look forward to joining as a future being [ascii smile]
On 10/16/05, Rick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> 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 <email@example.com> 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
> > www.perceptionfactory.com
> > On 10/15/05 12:01 PM, "Morgan Sutherland" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > I can join as a student for $25. Is it worth it?
> Rick Nance
> De Montfort University
> Leicester, UK
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