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FORTHCOMING: LMJ 18: Why Live? -- Performance in the Age of Digital Reproduction (2008)


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About Leonardo Music Journal

Leonardo Music Journal is an annual multimedia publication (print and audio CD) of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology and the MIT Press. It publishes the work of artists who are inventing media, implementing developing technologies and expanding the boundaries of radical and experimental aesthetics.


A companion volume to Leonardo, the Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology, LMJ is a sonic extension of Leonardo's dedication to fostering connections between the contemporary arts, sciences and new technologies. LMJ provides a scholarly, international, peer-reviewed forum for musicians, composers, sound artists, scientists, researchers, theoreticians, technicians and instrument builders to discuss and present their work in a context of mutual influence and exchange.


Broader social contexts form a background for much of the discussion published in the journal, making LMJ an important resource for anyone interested in the relations between music and the audio arts and the cultural implications of new technological and scientific developments.


Leonardo and LMJ are committed to exploring new venues for the exposure of artists' work. The inclusion of a compact disc with each issue addresses the need for a means of presenting sound material in conjunction with print publication. The LMJ CDs are guest-curated compilations of provocative new works, discussed in depth in a special section of the journal.


In addition to articles, LMJ features reviews of books, recordings, software, conferences, festivals and shows; editorials; news of relevant upcoming events; information on interdisciplinary university programs; descriptions of organizations dedicated to the interaction of music, science and technology; and an annually compiled index of Leonardo and LMJ contents.


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