Recent Publications

Evolving Magazine 

Playing your own perfect instrument article published in print, and online in Evolving Magazine: published online, Feb. 24, 2015: readership in the 10’s of thousands. With a corresponding toning activation.

Evolving Magazine

Lady Libertarian” photograph published on the cover of Evolving Magazine, September, 2016 (both online and print version).

International Society of the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM)

[E]motion: from music to my ears to oscillations of the spheres Part 1: Music and Sound in Subtle Energies Magazine, a publication of the International Society for the Study and Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine. Winter 2015, volume 26, issue 3, pp. 8-13.https://view.publitas.com/p222-665/se-2015-winter-vol-26-issue-3/page/1

[E]motion: from music to my ears to oscillations of the spheres Part 2: Vibration and Oscillation in Subtle Energies Magazine, a publication of the International Society for the Study and Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine. Spring 2016, volume 27, issue 1, pp. 10-14. https://view.publitas.com/p222-665/se-2016-spring-vol-27-issue-1/page/10-11

Rudy, Paul, and Jonathan Rudy. A Peace of Oneness:Experiment in Community Connectedness through Imagination in Subtle Energies Magazine, a publication of the International Society for the Study and Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine. Spring 2017, volume 29 issue 1. https://view.publitas.com/p222-665/spring-2017-subtle-energies/page/20-21

Complete list

Books Chapters

  1. Rudy, Paul, “Timbre, Time and Pitch Strategies in Íris by João Pedro Oliveira” chapter in Contemporary Portuguese Composers, Edicões Atelier de Composição, ISBN 972-98846-1-7, December, 2003, pp. 65-84.

  2. Phillipa Gates and Paul Rudy, “Spectromorphology Hits Hollywood: Morphology, Objectification and Moral Messages in the Sound Design of Black Hawk Down” chapter in Escritos sobre Audiovisión: Lenguajes, Tecnologías, Producciones - Vol. III Buenos Aires: "Ediciones de la Unla" (Universidad Nacional de Lanús). Expected publication in 2007.

Juried Professional Journals

  1. Rudy, Paul, “Music and Computers: the End of the Beginning,” in Sound Ideas, March/April, 1999, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  2. Rudy, Paul, “Separation Anxiety, Metaphoric Transmutations from a Paradoxical Biological Instrument or: What is a cactus doing in our concert hall?” Organized Sound, 6:2 (2001), 125-130.

  3. Rudy, Paul, “Spectro-morphological Diatonicism: Unlocking Style and Tonality in the Works of Denis Smalley Through Aural Analysis.” Journal SEAMUS, 16:2 (2001): 18- 27.

  4. Rudy, Paul, “Interpolating Electroacoustic Sounds in an Acoustic Context: Analyzing Timbre, Time and Pitch in Íris by João Pedro Oliveira” in Journal SEAMUS, Vol. 18 No. 2, Fall, 2005, pp. 2-11.

  5. Rudy, Paul, “Timbral Praxis: When a tree falls in the forest is it music?” Organized Sound, 12:1 (April, 2007), pp. 5-13.

Proceedings

  1. Rudy, Paul and Mary Pat Henry, “Expanding Dance Performance Paradigms Through Dynamic Sound Environments: Composer/Choreographer Challenges in Creating New Interactive Works,” in feedback: perception and interaction in electronic arts, proceedings from the 8th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology: New London, CT, March 1, 2001, pp. 112-119.

  2. Rudy, Paul, “Separation Anxiety, Metaphoric Transmutations from a Paradoxical Biological Instrument or: What is a cactus doing in our concert hall?” in Conference Proceedings for the Aspen Composer’s Conference, Aspen, CO, August 11, 2001.

  3. Rudy, Paul, “Separation Anxiety, Metaphoric Transmutations from a Paradoxical Biological Instrument or: What is a cactus doing in our concert hall?” in Conference Proceedings : Music Without Walls, Music Without Instruments Conference, De Montfort University, Leicester, England, June 21, 2001.

  4. Rudy, Paul, Total Sound in Film: Black Hawk Down, A Case Study, conference proceedings CD-ROM, 2nd Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities, Honolulu, Jan. 8-11, 2004 .

  5. Rudy, Paul, Spectromorphology Hits Hollywood: Sound Objectification in Black Hawk Down, conference proceedings, International Computer Music Conference, Miami, FL. Nov. 1-6, 2004, 658-63.

  6. Gates, Philippa and Paul Rudy, "Sound Shaping and Timbral Justification in the 'Moral Realist Combat Film' Black Hawk Down" in Proceedings of the Conference on Interdisciplinary Musicology (CIM05) Montréal (Québec) Canada, 10-3/11/2005.

  7. Jacobs, Sarah and Paul Rudy, “Noise, Dissonance and the Twentieth-Century Spiritual Crisis: Synchresis in Chion’s Requiem,” conference proceedings, International Computer Music Conference, New Orleans, LA Nov. 6-11, 2006: 229-36.

  8. Rudy, Paul “3 Requiems and a dream: the language of electroacoustic music in film.” Electroacoustic Music Studies Network, 2007 Conference Proceedings Online, Leicester, England: http://www.ems-network.org/spip.php?article273

Non-jurried and Internet Publications and Interviews

  1. “An interview with Paul Rudy”, in Classical KC, August 25, 2003: www.classicalkc.com

  2. Rudy,Paul, “Spectro-morphological Diatonicism: Unlocking Style and Tonality in the Works of Denis Smalley Through Aural Analysis”, eContact!, “Analyse Électroacoustique (Analyses of Electroacoustics)” in Vol. 6.4: http://cec.concordia.ca/econtact/Analyses/index.html

  3. Rudy, Paul and Phillipa Gates, “Sound Shaping and Timbral Justification in the “Moral Realist Combat Film” Black Hawk Down”, eContact!, Harvest Moon and Other Festivals, Conferences, Vol. 8.3: http://cec.concordia.ca/econtact/8_3/gates_rudy.html

  4. “Playing your own perfect instrument” article published in print, and online in Evolving Magazine: published online, Feb. 24, 2015: readership in the 10’s of thousands.

  5. “Lady Libertarian” photograph published on the cover of Evolving Magazine, September, 2016 (both online and print version).

  6. [E]motion: from music to my ears to oscillations of the spheres Part 1: Music and Sound in Subtle Energies Magazine, a publication of the International Society for the Study and Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine. Winter 2015, volume 26, issue 3, pp. 8-13.  https://view.publitas.com/p222-665/se-2015-winter-vol-26-issue-3/page/1

  7. [E]motion: from music to my ears to oscillations of the spheres Part 2: Vibration and Oscillation in Subtle Energies Magazine, a publication of the International Society for the Study and Subtle Energy and Energy Medicine. Spring 2016, volume 27, issue 1, pp. 10-14.  https://view.publitas.com/p222-665/se-2016-spring-vol-27-issue-1/page/1

Newsletters and Reviews

  1. Rudy, Paul, “Hardwired for Sound” in The Living Music Foundation Newsletter. Fall, 1999.

  2. Rudy, Paul, “Scenes/Sources” Denis Smalley CD review, Diffusion Sonic Arts Network (London: August, 2001).

  3. Rudy, Paul, CD Reviews: Bill Alves The Terrain of Possibilities and David Rosenboom Invisible Gold in Array, Journal of the International Computer Music Association: http://www.computermusic.org/array.

  4. Rudy, Paul, “Final Concert Review, ICMC 2002, Göteborg, Sweeden, Sept. 21, 2002” published online in Array, Journal of the International Computer Music Association. http://www.computermusic.org/array.php