Composition research papers

Conventions arise from a history of use and facilitate reading by invoking common expectations between writers and readers. These expectations are not universal; they vary by genre (conventions for lab notebooks and discussion-board exchanges differ), by discipline (conventional moves in literature reviews in Psychology differ from those in English), and by occasion (meeting minutes and executive summaries use different registers). A writer’s grasp of conventions in one context does not mean a firm grasp in another. Successful writers understand, analyze, and negotiate conventions for purpose, audience, and genre, understanding that genres evolve in response to changes in material conditions and composing technologies and attending carefully to emergent conventions.

  • Electroacoustic composition
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  • Composition and electroacoustic music (including mixed and live works, network music, laptop ensembles)
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  • Instrumental/vocal composition
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  • Instrumental/vocal composition
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  • History and theory of electronic music; sound studies; popular music; digital musicology
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