A creative arts journal of online sound and writing. Founded in 2009 by Hazel Smith and Roger Dean (the editors).
An initiative of the MARCS Institute and the Writing and Society Research Centre, Western Sydney University, Australia.
Vol 7, 2015: inaugurates Four and More, our section focused on works with multi-channel audio; Earlier volumes (links below) include works by Keith Armstrong; Daniel Blinkhorn; Anne Brewster ; J.R. Carpenter; Roger Dean; John Drever and Lawrence Upton; Jhave; Will Luers; Joshua Mailman; Jason Nelson; Paul Rudy; Hazel Smith ;Alan Sondheim; Sarah Tremlett; David Worrall and Stuart Ramsden; Nanette Wylde; and Michael Young.
Coming soon: Four and More, a section focused on works with multi-channel audio
The soundsRite site uses Quicktime technology (you need Quicktime 7.0 or above to decode H264 compression) and HTML5. We currently recommend the Firefox and Safari browsers. For the multichannel audio works you may need to attend to your audio channel layout. Specific information is offered in relation to some pieces.
animated soundsRite logo/4-channel sound piece on this page by roger dean, spoken text by hazel smith: the audio varies continuously; banners on other pages by lurline beard.
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Work in this journal is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivative Works 3.0 Unported License, unless otherwise noted. ISSN 2200-1891