[LAA] Deadline approaching: 2013 ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commission Competition

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Note: the October 15th deadline for submissions is fast approaching!

Details follow:

The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) is
pleased to announce the 2013 ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Composer Commissioning
Program.

The purpose of this program is to stimulate student participation in SEAMUS
activities, and to encourage young composers to pursue creative endeavors i=
n
electro-acoustic music. The program is administered by SEAMUS and funded by
the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
>.

The submission deadline is October 15, 2012.

For more information, and the online application, please visit the SEAMUS
web site at http://www.seamusonline.org/

RULES FOR SUBMISSION

Note that the rules and procedures have changed as of this year. All
submissions are to be made online, through the seamusonline.org
website. Only one work of electroacoustic music
may be submitted, which must adhere to the following guidelines:

=80 Music submissions must be prepared as a single LastnameFirstname.MP3 or
LastnameFirstname.ZIP archive.

=80 Audio Files: music submissions should include a representative audio
recording of the work. If a concert work, it must be the complete
composition. Installations may be represented by an excerpted recording not
to exceed 10 minutes in length. Judging of music submissions for
ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Competition will be from audio files in the MP3 format=
.
Multichannel works will be judged from a stereo mix, also MP3. Please assis=
t
us by submitting in MP3 format.

=80 Scores: for submissions involving a score, please submit an anonymized PD=
F
score for review. Please do not mail in printed scores at this time.

=80 Video Submissions: note that for works involving video, only the audio
portion will be considered for judging purposes. You must be the composer o=
f
the music for the video. Please submit an MP3 of the music as specified
above.

=80 Only one (1) entry per student.

This same work may be submitted to the SEAMUS 2013 National Conference via
the conference submission page. All finalists in the ASCAP/SEAMUS Student
Commission Competition must attend the SEAMUS 2013 National Conference.

AWARDS

A maximum of two prizes may be awarded. The decision of the judges will be
final.

First Prize

=80 Commission of $1250 for a new work of electro-acoustic music

=80 Performance of commissioned work at the 2014 SEAMUS National Conference

=80 Recording of the commissioned work in the SEAMUS Compact Disc Series

=80 Certificate of recognition

Second Prize

=80 Commission of $750 for a new work of electro-acoustic music

=80 Performance of commissioned work at the 2014 SEAMUS National Conference

=80 Certificate of recognition

ELIGIBILITY

Applicants to the 2013 ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commissioning Competition must
be student members of SEAMUS and must be either currently enrolled in an
academic program in the United States (high school through doctoral studies=
)
or a United States citizen studying abroad. All completed submissions will
be verified for student status against current SEAMUS membership records.

Per Bloland

SEAMUS Member-at-Large

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(apologies for cross-postings)Note: the October 15th de=
adline for submissions is fast approaching!Deta=
ils follow:The Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEA=
MUS) is pleased to announce the 2013 ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Composer Commissio=
ning Program.The purpose of this program is to stimulate student participation in =
SEAMUS activities, and to encourage young composers to pursue creative endea=
vors in electro-acoustic music. The program is administered by SEAMUS and fu=
nded by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) &l=
t;http://www.ascap.com>.The submission deadli=
ne is October 15, 2012.For more information, and the online application, please vi=
sit the SEAMUS web site at http://www.sea=
musonline.org/
RULES FOR SUBMISSIONNote that the rules and procedures =
have changed as of this year. All submissions are to be made online, through=
the seamusonline.org website. Only one work of electroac=
oustic music may be submitted, which must adhere to the following guidelines=
:&#822=
6; Music submissions must be prepared as a single LastnameFirstname.MP3 or L=
astnameFirstname.ZIP archive. • Audio Files: music submissions should include a=
representative audio recording of the work. If a concert work, it must be t=
he complete composition. Installations may be represented by an excerpted re=
cording not to exceed 10 minutes in length. Judging of music submissions for=
ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Competition will be from audio files in the MP3 format=
. Multichannel works will be judged from a stereo mix, also MP3. Please assi=
st us by submitting in MP3 format. • Scores: for submissions involving a score,=
please submit an anonymized PDF score for review. Please do not mail in pri=
nted scores at this time. • Video Submissions: note that for works involving vi=
deo, only the audio portion will be considered for judging purposes. You mus=
t be the composer of the music for the video. Please submit an MP3 of the mu=
sic as specified above.• Only one (1) entry per student. This same work may be submit=
ted to the SEAMUS 2013 National Conference via the conference submission pag=
e. All finalists in the ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commission Competition must att=
end the SEAMUS 2013 National Conference.  AWARDSA maximum of two prize=
s may be awarded.  The decision of the judges will be final.First Prize• Comm=
ission of $1250 for a new work of electro-acoustic music• Performance of commissione=
d work at the 2014 SEAMUS National Conference• Recording of the commissioned work in=
the SEAMUS Compact Disc Series• Certificate of recognitionSecond Prize• Commissio=
n of $750 for a new work of electro-acoustic music• Performance of commissioned work=
at the 2014 SEAMUS National Conference• Certificate of recognition<=
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Applicants=
to the 2013 ASCAP/SEAMUS Student Commissioning Competition must be student =
members of SEAMUS and must be either currently enrolled in an academic progr=
am in the United States (high school through doctoral studies) or a United S=
tates citizen studying abroad. All completed submissions will be verified fo=
r student status against current SEAMUS membership records.<=
/p>Per Bloland=
SEAMUS Member-at-L=
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