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SOMMAIRE / CONTENTS
NMSAT PRESENTATION PUBLICATIONS / PUBLISHINGS


Historique de l’Art Audio et de la Musique en Réseau (NMSAT)

NMSAT — Networked Music & Sound Art Timeline

Panorama des Pratiques et Techniques Liées aux Transports de Sons et aux Actions Sonores à Distance :

Archéologie, Généalogie et Anthropologie Sonore des Auditoriums Internet et de l’Écoute à Distance


Un projet mené par Locus Sonus (2008-2012)Accès au projet base de données : (bientôt) http://locusonus.org/nmsat/







  1. 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


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      All rights reserved. Permission is granted to use parts and pieces of the content for non-commercial purpose and for research and educational uses. I.E. you can use and copy content for whatever personal & scientific use you may desire, in any way as long as the content authors are credited. And it would be courteous if you could inform people of this ressource by linking or refering to the research project and its exact denomination : « Networked Music and SoundArt Timeline (NMSAT), edited by Locus Sonus, audio in art research group, 2008/2011, http://locusonus.org/nmsat/, all rights reserved ». Links to this document are welcome after e-mailing the Editor with the document URL where the link will appear : support@locusonus.org. In return for the use of the contents, please consider a contribution to the current database.





    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


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      All rights reserved. Permission is granted to use parts and pieces of the content for non-commercial purpose and for research and educational uses. I.E. you can use and copy content for whatever personal & scientific use you may desire, in any way as long as the content authors are credited. And it would be courteous if you could inform people of this ressource by linking or refering to the research project and its exact denomination : « Networked Music and SoundArt Timeline (NMSAT), edited by Locus Sonus, audio in art research group, 2008/2011, http://locusonus.org/nmsat/, all rights reserved ». Links to this document are welcome after e-mailing the Editor with the document URL where the link will appear : support@locusonus.org. In return for the use of the contents, please consider a contribution to the current database.










   
   
   
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