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Recent works by young and/or emerging composers and sound artists from or living in Canada are featured in the 19th edition of Jeu de temps / Times Play, coordinated annually by the CEC since 2000. (September 2018)
Call for Contributions
DEADLINE EXTENSION — Submissions to the 2019 edition of JTTP will be accepted until 21 June 2019. JTTP supports and promotes new electroacoustic works from young and/or emerging composers / sound artists from or living in Canada. Videomusic and multi-channel works are also eligible. Results of JTTP 2018. http://facebook.com/events/2125523400829915
For many electroacoustic composers and sound artists, coding and programming are by no means new concepts. However, their manifestation as an aspect of live performance has proven an engaging development over the past decade. The Laptop Orchestra configuration is commonly encountered in live coding contexts. Deadline for submissions: extended to 31 January 2019.
Open and ongoing call for contributions to the CEC’s electroacoustic Jukebox.
With renowned sound artist Chantal Dumas as Keynote Speaker, presentations at the 11th edition of the Toronto International Electroacoustic Symposium (TIES) reflected an increasing engagement with non-fixed sound-based practices such as installations and generative works in which the relation between viewer and work alters the presentation of the work itself. (September 2018)
Recent works by young and/or emerging composers and sound artists from or living in Canada are featured in the 18th edition of Jeu de temps / Times Play, coordinated annually by the CEC since 2000. JTTP 2017 events include a special concert in the 3rd Sea of Sound Festival, held in Edmonton in April 2018. (February 2018)
Any discussion of notation for electroacoustic and digital media necessarily addresses several related and equally important issues. An understanding of the nature, needs and intentions of visual representation help ensure the effective, appropriate communication and transmission of the notated work or performance practice. (January 2018)
Guest editor: Nicolas Bernier
Sound artists have always maintained a strong relation with the visual. This issue of eContact! is more specifically interested in the creative use of sound and light. Historical and analytical reflections are complemented by contributions that bring “to light” different artistic perspectives and practices. (October 2017)
- eContact! 21.1 — Take Back the Stage: Live coding and laptop orchestras
[CALL for Contributions]
- 27 Apr | Sound Junction Festival. The five JTTP 2018 prizewinners travel to the UK to present their winning works in an event produced by the University of Sheffield Sound Studios (USSS). http://facebook.com/cec.sonus/events