2015 SEAMUS Conference

The conference will be held March 26 – 28, 2015 at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. The theme of the conference is “Emotion and Electroacoustic Music.” Inquiries and proposals may be directed to the Conference Hosts at We look forward to welcoming you to Blacksburg in 2015 for a celebration of recent innovations and creative achievements in electroacoustic music! Submissions have […]


Interview with Barry Schrader

“The power and circulation of music technology, and the use of electro-acoustic music in all of its incarnations have greatly expanded in the years since SEAMUS started. I think that SEAMUS has been an important force in this evolution, and I trust it will continue to be so in the future.” —an interview with composer […]


Member News

Recent news from SEAMUS members: Brian Belet’s composition Summer Phantoms: Nocturne (piano and Kyma computer processing) was performed at the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens, Greece during the 2014 International Computer Music Conference, September 2014. More details are posted at:  Michael Boyd’s article “Becoming…everything else: Situating Performance in Public Space and Daily Life” was […]


Electromagnetically-Prepared Piano: interview with Per Bloland

Composer and current SEAMUS Member At Large Per Bloland discusses the genesis and evolution of the EMPP, from its inception at CCRMA through various stages of development, up through its most recent incarnation as the focus of a research project at IRCAM. Bloland responded to the following questions, posed by the editor Steven Ricks, via […]


Letter from the President

Dear members of SEAMUS, There are many wonderful new things to direct your attention to at this, the start of our 2014 – 2015 membership year. First, you should notice that we have a new SEAMUS logo and complete look for SEAMUS as a whole. We can thank in particular Adam Vidiksis for making this […]