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  • jacky schreiber
    Hi all, some of you might be interested in this... best jacky The ~chromatik_d_zabu.tmp music collective invites the members of Vox Novus to join them in a
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      Hi all,
      some of you might be interested in this...

      best

      jacky




      The ~chromatik_d_zabu.tmp music collective invites the members of Vox Novus
      to join them in a round of compositions in early August. Participants will
      collaborate remotely via Internet, building upon each other's tracks to
      create a number of compositions that will ultimately be made available for
      free download on the ~chromatik_d_zabu.tmp web site (www.cdzabu.com ).

      ~chromatik who?
      The ~chromatik_d_zabu.tmp (CDZabu) collective was founded by a pair of
      madmen from Montreal in 2004. Through collaborations and word-of mouth, it
      has grown into a group of thirteen musicians from all over North America,
      and the family is still growing. CDZabu is a creative outlet for musicians
      who wish to work with a variety of influences, in a freeform environment
      where anything is possible...

      Our eventual collaboration with Vox Novus is yet another attempt at
      creating connections between musicians. Our previous collaborative effort
      with the participants of the Electronic Music Midwest yielded some
      astonishing pieces of music.

      Write music over the Internet? How?
      The music is created sequentially, through the continual addition of
      musical strata. The participants supply tracks in MP3 format, by uploading
      them to an FTP server. The musicians do not meet physically to compose
      their pieces: they simply take the music that was written before and add to
      them. The details of the process can be found at the following address:
      http://www.cdzabu.com/site/index.php?language=En&pageId=13.

      What do I need to know?
      Participants are expected to know how to record their music using a
      computer, but for the rest (MP3 conversion, FTP server operation), the
      other members of CDZabu will happily provide coaching. You should have
      access to a reasonably fast Internet connection, as each track of each
      piece is roughly 5-7 MB in size.

      Sounds interesting, how do I participate?
      Contact snvl@.... Send me an e-mail and I'll send you your FTP site
      password and more instructions!
      There are no fees or costs, but there is no revenue either. The results of
      the collaboration will be posted for free on the CDZabu web site
      (www.cdzabu.com). We're in it for fun... we hope you'll join us!

      Not a member of Vox Novus?
      Becoming a member of Vox Novus is easy! Contact Robert Voisey at
      robvoisey@... Membership is free and all you need to send him is a
      bio, picture, and a list of works.


      Robert Voisey
      RobVoisey@...
      Artistic Director of the 60x60 project
      Vice-President of Programs, Living Music Foundation
      Founder of Vox Novus
      http://www.VoxNovus.com
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