American Composers AllianceFounded to encourage the inclusion of American works in the programs of performers and performing organizations.
American Composers ForumSupports composers' artistic and professional growth through a variety of programs and services, including commissions, performances, readings and fellowsh
American Music CenterAn advocacy organization formed to support creators, performers, and audiences of new American music.
American Society for Acoustic Ecologyorganization dedicated to exploring the role of sound in natural habitats and human societies and promoting public dialogue concerning the identification, preservation, and restoration of natural and cultural sound environments.
ARChive of Contemporary MusicAn archive, library, and research center founded to collect popular music of all cultures and races from 1950 to the present. Includes timelines, bibliographies, and guides to popular musical instruments worldwide.
EARS: ElectroAcoustic Resource SiteThe ElectroAcoustic Resource Site (EARS) project has been established to provide resources for those wishing to conduct research in the area of electroacoustic music studies. EARS will take the form of a structured Internet portal supported by extensive bibliographical tools.
New Music USAAn advocacy and funding organization, comprised of the American Music Center and Meet the Composer, formed to support creators, performers, and audiences of new American music by living composers.
Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS)SEAMUS is a non-profit national organization of composers, performers, and teachers of electro-acoustic music representing every part of the country and virtually every musical style. Electro-Acoustic music is a term used to describe those musics which are dependent on electronic technology for their creation and/or performance.
Electronic and Computer Music by Robert L. WickTopics represented include history, literature on synthesis and synthesizers, electronic music instruments and devices, electronic music composition, MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), the teaching of computer and electronic music, bibliographies and dictionaries.