DIFFUSION i MéDIA / electrocd.com
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Our sites (www.electrocd.com | www.empreintesDIGITALes.com | www.dim.qc.ca) have long been hosted by the Internet server of the Society for Arts and Technology (SAT) based in Montréal. Thanks.
The term “ÉlectrO-CD” was first coined by Christian Zanési of the Groupe de recherches musicales (GRM, Paris, France) to name a series of meetings and concerts centred around the production of CDs of electroacoustic music (an idea of François Bayle, at the time, director of GRM) which took place on December 1993 at the Maison de la Radio (Paris, France). At the same time, Annette Vande Gorne, of Musiques & Recherches (Ohain, Belgium), was compiling a repertory of electroacoustic works recorded on compact disc titled Répertoire ÉlectrO-CD. The first edition of that catalog was launched during the ÉlectrO-CD event in December 1993 at La Maison de la Radio (Paris, France).
DIFFUSION i MéDIA acknowledges the financial support of the Canada Music Fund through the Music Section of the Canada Council for the Arts (Grants for Specialized Music Distribution) towards some of its distribution activities including the development and updates of this web site for 2002-03, 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10.
DIFFUSION i MéDIA acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Sound Recording Development Program (SRDP) towards some of its distribution activities including the development and updates of this web site for 2000-01 and 2001-02.
The structure of the current site, opened on July 1st, 2017, is the 7th version of the original “10th anniversary” site of January 31st, 2000. Our sitemaster is David Turgeon, email@example.com. The 6th version was opened on January 1st, 2011.
The first major contribution to the web formatting of bios and comments on works was contributed in 1997 by Daniel Leduc
The original DIFFUSION i MéDIA site was designed and produced in February 1995 by Nathalie Berger, Ideactif