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  NMSAT PRESENTATION


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


A Locus Sonus project (2008-2012)Access to the database : (not yet complete) http://locusonus.org/nmsat/




go to French version / version française


In 2008, I initiated the Networked Music & SoundArt Timeline (NMSAT) — a monitor on the history of networked music and sound.
The Networked Music & SoundArt Timeline (NMSAT) is part of Locus Sonus’ research into audio art and a ressource for my Ph.D. study (Internet Auditoriums & Distance Listening). It aims to provide an overview of techniques and practices in the realm of networked music and networked sonic performance from ancient history to the present, from historical references to today art- & musicworks. It proposes a indexed collection of references to theoretical and critical texts, such as a valuable resource available to actors in the artistic and scientific spheres. It is a platform designed to accommodate different analytical approaches.

NMSAT is structured as a database. Each entry or item contains a short description followed by references. The current version of the database consists of these items classified in chronological order.

NMSAT encompasses various domains and types of events including :
- Technologies and software;
- Forward thinking literature;
- Musicology and ethnomusicology;
- Sound anthropology and history of telecommunication & radio;
- Contemporary music and soundart.

Volumes 1 and 2 concern the historical period : ancient and modern history, anticipatory literature and technical developments references (ancient times - 1964). Volumes 3, 4 and 5 concern the contemporary period : networked music and soundart, technological developments and contemporary history references (1950 - present) ; it also offers a complete bibliography. Volume 6 consists of a collection of studies which use the NMSAT database as a source of reference.

The NMSAT is moderated and maintained by the NMSAT scientific development committee consisting of around 70 researchers and artists.

Before the online database launching (previewed on 2012), you can read below the index of entries' lists present into the 5 first Volumes.


Locus Sonus is a research group and a post-graduate lab (School of Arts Aix en Provence, National School of Arts Bourges) supported by the French Ministry of Culture (DGCA / Research Department), DDAI / MRT, CNRS, DRAC PACA, FACE & PUF international programs.






Contents(Edit)

(Nota : for a full and updated NMSAT presentation, please go to the French version)

  1. NMSAT PRESENTATION — NETWORKED MUSIC & SOUNDART TIMELINE — A POOL OF INFORMATION


    1. Introduction
      1. Research Context (Locus Sonus)
      2. NMSAT Development Committee
      3. The current form of the NMSAT
    2. Methodology
      1. Documentary Monitoring : Methodology
      2. Fields and Structure of NMSAT (version 1.0)
      3. From Version 1.0 to Version 2.0
    3. Objective
    4. Rationale and future work
    5. Bibliography

      Footnotes






  2. NMSAT ENTRY STRUCTURATION

    1. General structure of an entry (version 1.0 text) (2008)
    2. General structure of an entry (version 1.0 text) (2011)
    3. Upcoming structure of an entry (version 2.0 database PHP/mySQL)
      1. NMSAT database scheme
      2. NMSAT entry description
      3. mySQL description





  3. NMSAT SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE


    1. List of NMSAT committee members — (71 members)





  4. PDF NMSAT VOLUMES PUBLISHINGS : DOWNLOADS


    1. NMSAT Vol. 1+2 — PART 1 : ∞ - 1964 — Ancient and Modern History, Anticipatory Literature and Technical Developments References — (version Apr. 2011 - 1600 pages)

      (draft version - beta v.1.110410 - not corrected)
      Edited by Jérôme Joy & Locus Sonus, audio in art






    2. NMSAT Vol. 3+4+5 — PART 2 : 1950 - present (2008) — Networked Music and Sound Art Works & Tech Developments and Contemporary References — PART 3 : Reference papers & Bibliography — (version Apr. 2011 - 482 pages)

      (draft version - alpha v.1.110410 - not formatted and not corrected)
      Edited by Jérôme Joy & Locus Sonus, audio in art






  5. ARTICLES PUBLISHINGS


    1. Networked Music & Soundart Timeline (NMSAT): A Panoramic View of Practices and Techniques Related to Sound Transmission and Distance Listening
      Jérôme Joy & Peter Sinclair
      (Version anglaise / English version)
      (In “Contemporary Music Review”, Vol. 28, Nos. 4 & 5 ”Network Performance”, August/October 2009, pp. 351-361, Edited by Peter Nelson, Issue editor Pedro Rebelo. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group)



    2. NMSAT Historique de l'art audio et de la musique en réseau — Un Fonds Documentaire sur les pratiques et techniques liées aux transports de sons et aux actions sonores à distance
      Jérôme Joy & Peter Sinclair
      (Version française / French version)
      (Article publié dans sa version anglaise in “Contemporary Music Review”, Vol. 28, Nos. 4 & 5 ”Network Performance”, August/October 2009, pp. 351-361, Edited by Peter Nelson, Issue editor Pedro Rebelo. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group)




    3. Networked Music & Soundart Timeline (NMSAT): Excerpts of Part One: Ancient and Modern History, Anticipatory Literature, and Technical Developments References
      Jérôme Joy
      (Version anglaise / English version)
      (In “Contemporary Music Review”, Vol. 28, Nos. 4 & 5 ”Network Performance”, August/October 2009, pp. 449-490, Edited by Peter Nelson, Issue editor Pedro Rebelo. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group)



    4. What NMSAT says about sonification
      Jérôme Joy
      (Version anglaise / English version)
      (In “AI & Society : Knowledge, Culture and Communication”, Vol. 27:2, ”Proceedings of Locus Sonus Symposium : « Sonification (What, Where, How, Why) »”, May 2012, pp. 233-244, Edited by Karamjit S. Gill, Victoria Vesna, David Smith and Richard Ennals, Issue editor Peter Sinclair / Locus Sonus. London : Springer (Pub.))





  6. DATABASE CONTENTS INDEX

    1. Index of database content (Ancient times to 1964)
      entries index of the NMSAT Vol.1 & 2 — PART 1 : ∞ - 1964 — Ancient and Modern History, Anticipatory Literature and Technical Developments References — (ca. 1220 entries and references)

    2. Index of database content (1950 to 2008)
      entries index of the NMSAT Vol.3 & 4 — PART 2 : 1950 - present (2008) — Networked Music and Sound Art Works & Tech Developments and Contemporary References — (ca. 1508 entries and references)

    3. Index of bibliographical references
      read the index of the NMSAT Vol.5 — PART 3 : Reference papers & Bibliography — (ca. 500 references)











Partnerships (in progress)(Edit)

  • Partnership : (Production, publishing)
    • Locus Sonus – Audio in Art
    • École Nationale Supérieure d’Art de Bourges (School of Arts of Bourges, France)
    • École Supérieure d’Art d’Aix en Provence (School of Arts of Aix en Provence, France)
  • Scientific Partnerships : (Research collaborations)
    • SARC, Sonic Art Research Center, Queen's University, Belfast (Pedro Rebelo)
    • AT&S, SAIC, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Peter Gena)
    • CRiSAP, Creative Research into Sound Art Practices, University of the Arts London (Angus Carlyle)
    • SYNEME, University of Calgary (Ken Fields)
    • Deep Listening Institute, RPI Troy University (Pauline Oliveros)
    • EMERGE, Bournemouth University (Alain Renaud)
    • CCRMA, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics, Stanford University (Juan Pablo Carceres, Chris Chafe)
    • School of Music, College of Architecture, Georgia Institute of Technology (Jason Freeman)
    • ATEC, Arts & Technology, University of Texas, Dallas (Scot Gresham-Lancaster)
    • CRESSON, UMR CNRS, Centre de recherche sur l'espace sonore et l'environnement urbain, École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture de Grenoble (Jean-Paul Thibaud)
    • NYU, New York University (Allen S. Weiss)
    • MINT, Musique Informatique Nouvelles Technologies, Univ. Sorbonne Paris4 (Marc Battier)
    • EARS, ElectroAcoustic Resource Site, De Montfort University’s Music, Technology and Innovation Research Group University of Leicester (Leigh Landy, Simon Atkinson)
    • IMERA, Institut Méditerranéen de Recherches Avancées, Universités Aix-Marseille (Roger Malina)
    • LESA, Laboratoire d'Études en Sciences des Arts, LACS, Département des Arts plastiques, Aix-Marseille Université (Sylvie Coellier)
    • LSIS, Laboratoire Des Sciences de l'Information et des Systèmes, Aix-Marseille Université (Mohammed Quafafou)
    • SATIS, Sciences, Arts et Techniques de l'Image et du Son, Faculté des Sciences, Aix-Marseille Université
    • Laboratoire des Usages (Univ. Sophia-Antipolis, ENST, ParisTech) (Marc Relieu)
  • Scientific Collaborations :
    The NMSAT Scientific Commmittee.




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