JTTP 2015

Deadline for submissions: May 1, 2015 (postmarked)

  • As of the 2010 edition, multichannel submissions and videomusic works may be submitted to JTTP.

WHAT IS JTTP?

A large multi-leveled project of the Communauté électroacoustique canadienne (CEC) Canadian Electroacoustic Community, JTTP is an annual project aimed at promoting and celebrating new electroacoustic works from young and/or emerging sound artists/composers from (or living in) Canada.

http://cec.sonus.ca/jttp

JTTP offers the following to the participants:

  • promotion on the web through a special focus issue of eContact! http://econtact.ca;
  • inclusion in a competition with an international jury, and awards (prize money, CDs, books);
  • concert presentations of the top scoring submitted works;
  • inclusion in a CD compilation, Cache, for the top-placing works (pending funding);
  • radio play and concert launches for the top 5 placing works and for the works included on Cache.

The best way to find out about the JTTP is to look over the past editions that are on the CEC’s website. From the website you can listen to the past years’ submissions, see who participated in the juries, and read the programme and biographical notes. A longer and more detailed explanation can be found here that should answer most questions.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

Artists/composers from (or living in) Canada.

WHAT IS A “YOUNG AND / OR EMERGING SOUND ARTIST / COMPOSER”?

This would be someone who is likely to be continuing studies in an educational facility or possibly someone for whom there has been little or no national or international recognition of their work and potential in the short period of time that they have been involved in the field.

DO I NEED TO BECOME A CEC MEMBER TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PROJECT?

No. Participants are not required to be or become CEC members.

WHAT ABOUT COPYRIGHT?

All participants will retain full copyright of their work.

WHAT ARE THE SUBMISSION CRITERIA?

  • The deadline for submissions is May 1, 2015, postmarked. Late or incomplete submissions will not be considered.
  • Only one work will be accepted per participant.
  • There is no maximum duration for submissions.

A complete and eligible submission package will include the following:

MULTICHANNEL SUBMISSIONS

All multichannel submissions must include:

  • all files named according to the guidelines below
  • a stereo mixdown of the work
  • a detailled Technical Sheet (see below) as a separate file (pdf)
File Naming Convention for Speaker Positioning

Use the format “lastname_keywordfromtitle_POSITION.extension” to name your files (change all special characters to Roman letters: e.g. change éèê to e, etc). Do not include any other information in the file names (e.g. bit depth or sample rate).

To indicate the speaker position for each stem, use capital letters as follows for works up to 8.1 (larger setups should be based on this model and detailed in a separate Tech Sheet):

L = left
C = centre
R = right
F = front
S = side
B = behind
SUB = subwoofer

LF    CF    RF

LS          RS

LB    CB    RB

eg. Kevin Austin — The Mandolin Rises at Noon (2009), for solo loudspeaker and subwoofer (1.1)

austin_mandolin_CF.aif
austin_mandolin_SUB.aif

Technical Sheet for Multichannel Submissions

Indicate the name of your work as the title of the Tech Sheet. Do not indicate your name or any other information that could identify you, as this sheet will be provided to the jury.

Indicating the following information for your submission. Feel free to add any other relevant information.

  • sampling rate and bit depth of the multichannel and stereo formats
  • speaker positioning diagramme (use the convention indicated above)
  • proposal for channel assignment for a 5.1 setup
  • proposal for panning positioning of channels to listen to the work in stereo (e.g. L  LC  C  RC  R)

VIDEOMUSIC SUBMISSIONS

In addition to the official work, a second version of it must be submitted that is identical except that any credits, names or other identifying features have been removed. This anonymous version will be provided to the jury.

All videomusic submissions must be formatted as follows:

  • File type: mp4 or mov
  • Codec: H.264

Some free software that can help you export to the appropriate format:

WHO IS SUPPORTING THIS PROJECT?

This project is supported in part by CEC membership dues, the SOCAN Foundation, the Canada Council for the Arts, as well as by generous donations from a number of individual and institutional Project Partners.

WHO CAN I CONTACT FOR MORE INFO?

For any questions that have not been answered on this page or in the longer and more detailed explanation, email the project administrators at cec@sonus.ca.

PROJECT SCHEDULE

May 1st — Deadline for submissions
June 15th — Results announced to participants

http://cec.sonus.ca

All pieces submitted will automatically be added to the SONUS.ca database/archive.

 

http://cec.sonus.ca/jttp/call.html

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