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Version Festival seeks electronic music performers


MISSION: VERSION promotes a wider perspective of emerging electronic music culture.

The VERSION festival will showcase performers of innovative electronic music and processed sound works. VERSION also hopes to create networks and to provide opportunities through documentation and media exposure. VERSION seeks to assist producers in the development of their craft and to encourage collaboration and diversification.

VERSION 1.03 will take place in Auckland at the Odeon from 20 November 2003.

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS WANTED: Performers of electronic music, processed sound works and associated arts.

The festivals scope is broad. It will involve all of the following and more: performance of original compositions, related video collaborations, interactive media performances.

Please send expressions of interest to: Version Electronic Music Festival PO Box 7559 Wellesley St Auckland New Zealand or email files and info to submissions@version.org.nz (check specs below) Due by Monday 22nd September

Please include:

* Details of intended performance, equipment you will be using and space requirements.

* Bio and artwork/photos for artists profile in catalogue.

* Demo recording up to 10 minutes duration

Specs for audio files (internet transfer ) please compress audio files with AAC / MPEG4 codec Available free as part of the latest QuickTime download This codec creates audio files much smaller than mp3 with higher quality. Check your files have compressed properly before you send them and please make sure they have a file extension .m4a or equivalent.

If you have any queries email info@version.org.nz

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