SONUS.CA -- a new resource for everyone interested in sonic art (Ian Chuprun )

Subject: SONUS.CA -- a new resource for everyone interested in sonic art
From:    Ian Chuprun  <ianc(at)SYMPATICO.CA>
Date:    Thu, 21 Aug 2003 11:50:30 -0400

SONUS.CA -- a new resource for everyone interested in sonic art. Looking for a place to hear new electroacoustic works, or to make your own materials available for listening? -- -- a permanent searchable web jukebox of hundreds of pieces by artists from around the world. The CEC (Communauté électroacoustique canadienne (CEC) Canadian Electroacoustic Community), presents SONUS, a permanent and ever-expanding on-line electroacoustic repertoire, complete with program notes and short composer biographies, freely accessible to the public. Future plans include a Flash version with playlists, an improved search engine and curated galleries. For now, just click on for a listen and a look. Enjoy! Participation : All composers and sonic artists are invited and encouraged to contribute works to SONUS. Submission details are available at Education / Research : This collection offers a permanent database of sounds and pieces, which the international education and research community in music/sound perception can access freely. For class use, students can be directed to specific works, or encouraged to explore the range of pieces. With access to parallel articles on analysis / description (starting with, the site is an invaluable teaching aid for both the sound-oriented and the general student of this art form. Thanks : The site has been made possible with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts (Music Section), participating composers, and the <pep> team. Ian Chuprun & Yves Gigon Special Project Coordinators =>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=>=> Communauté électroacoustique canadienne (CEC) Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC) RF-302, 7141, rue Sherbrooke Ouest. Montréal, QC, H4B 1R6, CANADA Fax: (514) 848-2808 mailto:ian(at) <=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=<=

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