if you've got the time and money, I'd recommend it. Learning is a luxury
and, of course, there's always more that can be done. And spending several
weeks learning by (and about) listening seems like a pretty good way to give
your ears a christmas treat and refresh the mental databanks with new (and
old) sounds, probably in new contexts too. You could probably spend a whole
year with any one of these guest speakers without running out of things to
listen to. Hell, you could probably spend a whole month on one
work/composition/CD and still find new ways of hearing it.
I'm gonna try be there for more than just my own lecture. Maybe see you
----- Original Message -----
From: "Damian Stewart" <damian(a)frey.co.nz>
To: "Admin" <admin(a)audiofoundation.org.nz>
Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006 2:44 PM
Subject: Re: [Ada_list] Summer School Jan/Feb in AK - a practical and
theoretical introduction to experimental music and sound art
The Audio Foundation with the generous support of
AUT presents a
practical and theoretical introduction to experimental music and sound
this sounds awesome -
having already done three years of electroacoustic music at Vic I'm
already well-acquainted with the theory and history, do you think it'd
be worth my while trying to come along?
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