Xenharmonikon is a peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to experimental intonational practices. It follows in the spirit of the original Xenharmonikon founded by John Chalmers to provide a forum for people working in non-12-tone equal temperament tunings by presenting articles and reviews on tuning theory, composition, instrument building, software development and information about tuning-related events around the world. Xenharmonikon welcomes both academic and non-academic contributions to all aspects of microtonal music. Its purpose is to document and explore in-depth the newest approaches to the field and present them to the community at large. The original past issues remain available from Frog Peak.
The current editorial board consists of:
Bill Alves [United States]
Donald Bousted [United Kingdom]
John H. Chalmers [United States]
Kraig Grady, Editor. [Australia]
Lucija Kordić, Web Designer [USA/Croatia]
Terumi Narushima, Editor [Australia]
Juhani Nuorvala [Finland]
Gabriel Pareyon [Mexico]
Margo Schulter [United States]
For questions , please contact xenharmonikon[at]gmail[dot]com.
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