The 2016 SEAMUS National Conference at Georgia Southern University will be held February 11-13. More information can be found in the conference menu above!
SEAMUS Member News — Winter 2016 Christopher Bailey released the album Glimmering Webs on the NewFocusRecordings label. It is a collection of solo piano music. Most of it is acoustic, but the first track Composition for S#!††¥ Piano, Drum Samples, Concrète Sounds and Processing features live MAX/MSP engine(s), and was performed on SEAMUS 2014. (A somewhat […]
University of Oregon Professor and SEAMUS 2006 Conference Host Jeff Stolet conducted the following interview with former SEAMUS President (1989 – 1996) Scott Wyatt, an admired and respected composer, teacher, and champion of electronic music for decades through his service to SEAMUS and as Director of the Experimental Music Studios at UIUC. “For me, the presentation […]
Friend and former student Paul J. Botelho conducted the following interview with electronic music pioneer, SEAMUS cofounder, and creative spirit Jon Appleton. Jon shares some frank and insightful thoughts on creativity, academia, and SEAMUS itself. “I think that if you are a genuinely creative person, as a musician, you will find a way to express […]
“EVERYTHING about LORks has been thrilling and disturbing. We didn’t know if anything would work at first. When it did, it was like meth; we had to try more and more dangerous and crazy things.” —Perry Cook The laptop orchestra has established itself as a standard, yet varied and unpredictable ensemble that represents the intersection […]