Let Your Music Be Heard - New Audio Feature

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The essence of music cannot be fully captured in words. When words aren't enough, music needs sound and we think composers will be happy to learn SSRN accepts audio files. We are excited to include text and audio side by side and for the possibilities this creates for music scholars.

How do I make a musical research submission?

Who to send music submission/audio file to: Music@SSRN.com

When submitting an music/audio file, what should be included: Your email should include your submission's title, authors (and affiliations), abstract/summary of the work and PDF (if applicable).

Audio file format & size: AIFF, WAVE (WAV), FLAC, ALAC, OGG, MP2, MP3, AAC, AMR, or WMA format, and no larger than 5GB.

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Sincerely,

Andre de Quadros
Director
Music Research & Composition Network