Subject: (Fwd) Organised Sound
From: David Worrall (email@example.com)
Date: Wed May 12 1999 - 10:51:48 EDT
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Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 17:15:13 +0100
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Subject: Organised Sound
An International Journal of Music and Technology
Volume 4, Number 3
Issue thematic title: Breaking the Boundaries
Date of Publication: December 1999
Publishers: Cambridge University Press
Articles to be considered for publication in the named issue are now
Volume 4/3 is to investigate the theme "Breaking the Boundaries". Too
many decade thresholds (or "centuries", or "millennia" if you prefer)
have stimulated change, not only in the arts but in many other aspects
of society, politics and economy.
Are we, the community of electroacoustic music and music
technology, satisfied with our music, our scholarship, our technological
developments or our relationship with society at large?
Organised Sound invites you to document your vision of where we might
go from here in any area of music involving technology, or of technology
involving organised sound.
Submissions can be in written, graphic or sonic form. What artistic
and technological boundaries are fixed or due for removal in the
future? Is there anyone ahead of his/her time in our field these days?
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 1st August 1999
Notes for Contributors can be obtained from the inside back cover of
published issues of Organised Sound or from:
TIMETABLE for SUBMISSIONS
Articles and other material for the editors' consideration should be
by 1st August 1999. Hard copy to:
Department of Contemporary Arts
Manchester Metropolitan University
Cheshire ST7 2HL, UK.
Email submissions should be mailed to (please see SUBMISSION FORMAT
Further details about Organised Sound are available at:
Editors: Ross Kirk, Leigh Landy, Tony Myatt, Richard Orton.
Lelio Camilleri, Daniel Oppenheim, Miller Puckette, Barry Truax,
International Editorial Board:
Marc Battier, Francois Bayle, Peter Castine, Alcedo Coenen,
Francis Dhomont,Simon Emmerson, Rajmil Fischman, Takayuki Rai,
John Rimmer, Jean-Claude Risset, Francis Rumsey, Conrado Silva,
Christiane Ten-Hoopen, Daniel Teruggi, Jukka Tiensuu,
Trevor Wishart, Scott Wyatt, Iannis Xenakis.
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