The International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music (ICEM) was founded in 1981 in Bourges, France, at the initiative of Christian Clozier. The objective of the Confederation is to promote electroacoustic music internationally by providing opportunities for the creation of new works; by encouraging production, creation, and research, the diffusion of pieces, pedagogy, contact between professionals, and the dissemination and communication of knowledge and electroacoustic techniques.
Today, the CIME/ICEM consists of National Federation Members from countries such as Argentina, Belgium, Chile, China, Cuba, Finland, Greece, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Great Britain and Ukraine as well as organizations International Members from Colombia, France, Hungary, Mexico, Russia, Spain, Switzerland or USA.
During the recent assembly of International Confederation of Electroacoustic Music CIME/ICEM in Mexico, Spectro Centre for New Music has been chosen an Organization International Member of this union, representing Iran, being the same the first organization in the Middle East that became a member of CIME and can proudly represent electronic and computer music artists from Iran and develop international electronic music activities of big importance.
- Lidia Zielińska Just too many words (Poland)
- Dimitris Savva Telechines (Cyprus)
- James Andean Dechirure (Canada)
- Françoise Barrière Suoni (France)
- Marek Chołoniewski Physical Modelling (Poland)
- Vasilios Kokkas Music of the lines (Greece)
- Annette Vande Gorne Haiku Printemps (Belgium)
- Renzo Filinich Orozco Visiones 6 (Chile)