Call for Sound

Posted by W. Logan Fry | Wed Nov 16th 2005 10:52 a.m.

Artists and musicians are invited to contribute tracks to the "Brain Scan Movies". Please provide one track; your name and name of track; a short description of track; and a short paragraph about yourself. Please submit in your own language and in English.

Please try to match beat of video track.

If audio track is longer than 60 to 90 seconds, extracts may be taken. The product for Internet will be in QuickTime movie format. It is understood that the track may be mixed (sequenced) with other tracks on a DVD or similar media. Any resulting DVD may be submitted to exhibitions, and other cultural events; but not for sale without further permission.

Please include the following certification: "I hereby certify that I am the creator of the track submitted herewith; that I have retained copyright ownership of the track submitted; and that use and publication of the track for the purposes herein will not be in violation of the copyright or other intellectual property rights of any third party."

Send by e-mail attachment to: curator@dmoma.org. Use the phrase "Brain Scan Movies" in the title line.

DMOMA reserves right to use/ or not use/ submissions. Please write if you have further questions.

See:

http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/movies/brain_scan/brain_scan_about.html
  • Michael Szpakowski | Wed Nov 16th 2005 12:17 p.m.
    <Please try to match beat of video track.>
    not being facetious here, but why? Is this a guarantee
    or at least a necessary-but-not-sufficient condition
    for successful music making for moving image?
    I think we should be told!
    michael

    --- "W. Logan Fry" <director@dmoma.org> wrote:

    > Artists and musicians are invited to contribute
    > tracks to the "Brain Scan Movies". Please provide
    > one track; your name and name of track; a short
    > description of track; and a short paragraph about
    > yourself. Please submit in your own language and in
    > English.
    >
    > Please try to match beat of video track.
    >
    > If audio track is longer than 60 to 90 seconds,
    > extracts may be taken. The product for Internet will
    > be in QuickTime movie format. It is understood that
    > the track may be mixed (sequenced) with other tracks
    > on a DVD or similar media. Any resulting DVD may be
    > submitted to exhibitions, and other cultural events;
    > but not for sale without further permission.
    >
    > Please include the following certification: "I
    > hereby certify that I am the creator of the track
    > submitted herewith; that I have retained copyright
    > ownership of the track submitted; and that use and
    > publication of the track for the purposes herein
    > will not be in violation of the copyright or other
    > intellectual property rights of any third party."
    >
    > Send by e-mail attachment to: curator@dmoma.org. Use
    > the phrase "Brain Scan Movies" in the title line.
    >
    > DMOMA reserves right to use/ or not use/
    > submissions. Please write if you have further
    > questions.
    >
    > See:
    >
    >
    http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/movies/brain_scan/brain_scan_about.html
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  • W. Logan Fry | Wed Nov 16th 2005 1:23 p.m.
    Thanks Michael -

    I don't have some of the edit tools you may have. And I'd like the music to be at least a little -- not completely, but just a little -- on beat with the video. It just works better-- at least to my mind. I don't see the video working with "Tennessee Waltz" for example.

    So if you have it, send it. If not, sorry.

    - Logan

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Michael Szpakowski wrot

    > <Please try to match beat of video track.>
    > not being facetious here, but why? Is this a guarantee
    > or at least a necessary-but-not-sufficient condition
    > for successful music making for moving image?
    > I think we should be told!
    > michael
    >
    > --- "W. Logan Fry" <director@dmoma.org> wrote:
    >
    > > Artists and musicians are invited to contribute
    > > tracks to the "Brain Scan Movies". Please provide
    > > one track; your name and name of track; a short
    > > description of track; and a short paragraph about
    > > yourself. Please submit in your own language and in
    > > English.
    > >
    > > Please try to match beat of video track.
    > >
    > > If audio track is longer than 60 to 90 seconds,
    > > extracts may be taken. The product for Internet will
    > > be in QuickTime movie format. It is understood that
    > > the track may be mixed (sequenced) with other tracks
    > > on a DVD or similar media. Any resulting DVD may be
    > > submitted to exhibitions, and other cultural events;
    > > but not for sale without further permission.
    > >
    > > Please include the following certification: "I
    > > hereby certify that I am the creator of the track
    > > submitted herewith; that I have retained copyright
    > > ownership of the track submitted; and that use and
    > > publication of the track for the purposes herein
    > > will not be in violation of the copyright or other
    > > intellectual property rights of any third party."
    > >
    > > Send by e-mail attachment to: curator@dmoma.org. Use
    > > the phrase "Brain Scan Movies" in the title line.
    > >
    > > DMOMA reserves right to use/ or not use/
    > > submissions. Please write if you have further
    > > questions.
    > >
    > > See:
    > >
    > >
    > http://www.dmoma.org/lobby/movies/brain_scan/brain_scan_about.html
    > > +
    > > -> post: list@rhizome.org
    > > -> questions: info@rhizome.org
    > > -> subscribe/unsubscribe:
    > > http://rhizome.org/preferences/subscribe.rhiz
    > > -> give: http://rhizome.org/support
    > > +
    > > Subscribers to Rhizome are subject to the terms set
    > > out in the
    > > Membership Agreement available online at
    > > http://rhizome.org/info/29.php
    > >
    >
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