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NMSAT — Networked Music & Sound Art Timeline

A Panoramic View of Practices & Techniques Related to Sound Transmission and Distance :

Archeology, Genealogy and Sound Anthropology of the Internet Auditoriums and the Distance Listening


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NMSAT Vol. 5 - Bibliographical References(Edit)

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