Journals

ARTECA provides access to a growing list of academic journals.

Computer Music Journal

Douglas Keislar, Editor

Computer Music Journal is published quarterly with an annual sound and video anthology containing curated music. For nearly four decades, it has been the leading publication about computer music, concentrating fully on digital sound technology and all musical applications of computers. This makes it an essential resource for musicians, composers, scientists, engineers, computer enthusiasts and anyone exploring the wonders of computer-generated sound.

Edited by experts in the field and featuring an international advisory board of eminent computer musicians, issues typically include:

  • In-depth articles on cutting-edge research and developments in technology, methods, and aesthetics of computer music
  • Reports on products of interest, such as new audio and MIDI software and hardware
  • Interviews with leading composers of computer music
  • Announcements of and reports on conferences and courses in the United States and abroad
  • Publication, event, and recording reviews
  • Tutorials, letters, and editorials
  • Numerous graphics, photographs, scores, algorithms, and other illustrations

Leonardo

Roger F. Malina, Editor

Leonardo is the leading international peer-reviewed journal on the use of contemporary science and technology in the arts and music and, increasingly, the application and influence of the arts and humanities on science and technology.

The journal focuses on the visual arts and also addresses music, video, performance, language, environmental, and conceptual arts—especially as they relate to the visual arts or make use of the tools, materials, and ideas of contemporary science and technology. New concepts, materials, and techniques as well as other subjects of general artistic interest are covered, as are legal, economic, and political aspects of art.

Supplementary materials, including video, audio, image, and text files, are often available to supplement article content.


Leonardo Music Journal

Nicolas Collins, Editor

Leonardo Music Journal (LMJ) is the companion annual journal to Leonardo. LMJ is devoted to aesthetic and technical issues in contemporary music and the sonic arts. Each thematic issue features artists and writers from around the world, representing a wide range of stylistic viewpoints. Recent issues have covered improvisation, musical communities, live performance in the digital age and the musical gizmo. Each volume includes the latest offering from the LMJ audio series—an exciting sampling of works chosen by a guest curator and accompanied by notes from the composers and performers.

Supplementary materials, including video, audio, image, and text files, are often available to supplement article content.