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Page 00000001 Paper Title: "Crossing the Divide" "Crossing the Divide" will be a panel discussion that addresses the intertwined issues of musical style and distribution. The near-collapse of the record industry, especially for music other than top-40, has created new opportunities for the distribution of music. These are difficult for composers of "minority" musics to access. At the same time there is a growing interest in a new generation of listeners that cross stylistic divisions and promise an expanded audience, larger than specialists, for electroacoustic/computer music. The topic will be addressed from both an historical perspective with attention to the situation in the United States, Europe, Japan and Russia, and to the use of emerging technologies. Author 1: Jon Appleton Dartmouth College USA Professor jon.appleton@ dartmouth.edu Author 2: Paul Lansky Princeton University USA Professor paul@ silvertone.princeton.edu Author 3: Tim Schaaff Apple, Inc. USA Vice-President email@example.com Author 4: Jean-Claude Risset Proceedings ICMC 2004
Page 00000002 CNRS France Research firstname.lastname@example.org Author 5: Masahiro Miwa IAMAS Japan Professor email@example.com Author 6: Andre Smirnov Theremin Center Russia Director asmir@ theremin.ru Proceedings ICMC 2004