[microsound] Should musicians names appear on the anouncement? What about the name of the computer?
billjarboe at earthlink.net
Fri Jun 12 15:06:27 EDT 2009
I've heard of applause for vinyl transcriptions. Some audio
hardware companies , japanese especially; feature their designers ,
To the original question I suggest leaving the ensemble absent
from the announcement and crediting the performers at the event.
On Jun 12, 2009, at 11:04 AM, Randolph Jordan wrote:
> Playback and diffusion are very different things and should not be
> conflated. Diffusing a recorded piece is a real-time performance in
> its own right. In the concerts of electroacoustic music that I have
> attended, the diffusers are given credit and applause for their work,
> essentially treated as musicians partially responsible for realizing a
> composer's work. While there is also often applause at the end of
> recorded works presented without diffusion, I don't think the clapping
> audience is intending to acknowledge the work of the CD player
> responsible for spinning the disc, though this piece of machinery is
> certainly a key factor in helping to realize the composer's work.
> Perhaps the question of where to direct credit should be based on
> acknowledgment of creative intention, something most of us do not yet
> ascribe to inanimate machines.
> On 12-Jun-09, at 11:10 AM, ndkent at optonline.net wrote:
>> simply playback (or perhaps diffusion
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