Heightening Access and Cohesion within the Worlds of Electroacoustic Music: The Promotion of Triangulation in Creativity, Development and Scholarship
Celebrating its fiftieth birthday in the late 1990s, electroacoustic music and its associated musicology are very much alive, but not necessarily as well as they might be. This text investigates why musicology is not supporting electroacoustic music adequately. Its focus is the notion of triangulation, that is, investigating whether intent and reception (or application) coincide. Its thesis is: if triangulation were to be increased in all aspects of electroacoustic music, the communities’ work would be more accessible an d, similarly, there would be greater cohesion in music, research and music technological development.
Citation : Landy, L. (1999) Heightening Access and Cohesion within the Worlds of Electroacoustic Music: The Promotion of Triangulation in Creativity, Development and Scholarship. International Computer Music Conference 1999 Proceedings. Beijing: pp. 100–103.
Research Group : Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre
Research Institute : Music, Technology and Innovation - Institute for Sonic Creativity (MTI2)
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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