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Organised Sound: An International Journal of Music and Technology
 
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Call for submissions Volume 11, Number 3
Issue thematic title: Sustainability in Electroacoustic Music
Date of Publication: December 2006
Publishers: Cambridge University Press

Issue co-ordinators: Margaret Schedel (gem@schedel.net) and Andrew May
(amay@music.unt.edu). This issue is being prepared in collaboration with the
International Computer Music Association (ICMA).

Theme: Sustainability in electroacoustic Music

The history of the field of electroacoustic music has been one of ceaseless innovation. Each generation has decried the failings of past technologies and turned to the latest equipment and techniques. The rate of change appears to be increasing; at the same time, the degree of nostalgia also appears to be increasing. For the present issue of Organised Sound, we invite consideration of questions relating to growth, continuity, planned obsolescence, environmental change - in short, the sustainability of electroacoustic music.

Themes will include:

1. Portability: planning ahead for as systems and platforms evolve
2. Conservation: techniques to keep older computer music repertoire in circulation
3. Continuity: recycling of old code and concepts, maintaining development threads
4. Economic strategies: coping with an electronic music industry that requires obsolescence to drive new purchases
5. Software design: combining new functionality with backward compatibility
6. Sustainable performance practice: building bridges between tradition and innovation, developing a tradition of electronic music performance (incorporating traditional performance, as well as incorporating diffusion techniques, novel controller designs, and so forth)
7. Environmental effects: as we upgrade technologies, can we mitigate the harm our art is doing to the environment?
8. Cultural sustainability: after the initial excitement fades, can we maintain interest in new forms of electronic art?
+ Other themes relevant this subject.

We invite submissions from composers, performers, artists and researchers working in the realm of digital media and sound. Submissions related to the theme are encouraged; however, those that fall outside the scope of this theme are always welcome.

Deadline for submissions is 15 March 2006. Submissions may consist of papers, with optional supporting short compositions or excerpts, audio-visual documentation of performances and/or other aspects related to your submission that can be placed onto a DVD and the CUP website for 3Organised Sound2. Supporting audio and audio-visual material will be presented as part of the journal's annual DVD-ROM which will appear with issue 11/3.

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SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15 March 2006

SUBMISSION FORMAT

Notes for Contributors and further details can be obtained from the inside
back cover of published issues of Organised Sound or from:

http://uk.cambridge.org/journals/oso/

Email submissions should be sent to (please see SUBMISSION FORMAT above):
os@dmu.ac.uk

Hard copy of articles (only when requested) and other material (e.g.,
images, sound and audio-visual files, etc.) should be submitted to:

Prof. Leigh Landy
Organised Sound
Clephan Building
De Montfort University
Leicester LE1 9BH, UK.

Editor: Leigh Landy
Associate Editors: Ross Kirk and Richard Orton
Regional Editors: Joel Chadabe, Kenneth Fields, Eduardo Miranda, Jøran Rudi,
Barry Truax, Ian Whalley, David Worrall
ICMA Representative: Mary Simoni
International Editorial Board: Marc Battier, Laurant Bayle, Hannah Bosma,
Alessandro Cipriani, Simon Emmerson, Rajmil Fischman, David Howard, Rosemary
Mountain, Tony Myatt, Jean-Claude Risset, Francis Rumsey

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