|The Australasian Computer Music Association|
The Australasian Computer Music Association was founded in 1989. The organisation provides a forum for new compositions, information sharing, and research about music technology and computer music, principally throughout Australia and New Zealand. The Australasian Computer Music Association is a community of composers, performers, teachers and technologists who have an interest in, and are making or supporting music making with computers. The main activity of ACMA is an annual conference, usually held in a capital city of Australia or New Zealand, which is a forum for the members' activites, music and research. ACMA also publishes a newsletter Chroma, which is available from the web site. An email list which is linked from the site is also is available for anyone to participate in. In addition there are sometimes locally organised events such as concerts and seminars.
ACMA is a regional organisation, the majority of ACMA's membership live in Australia and New Zealand. Although we don't have any formal ties with other associations, there are other related regional organisations such as the Canadian Electroacoustic Community (CEC), the Sonic Arts Netwok in th U.K., Society for Electroacoustic Music (SEAMUS) in the North America, and the International Computer Music Association (ICMA).
Australasian Computer Music Association
ACMC 2011 Conference
6 - 9 July 2011
Auckland, New Zealand