International Forum of Electroacoustic Music was organised by CECM in cooperation with Experimental Studio of the Slovak Radio from 5 to 7 November 1992 and from 4 to 6 November 1994 in Dolna Krupa Castle in Czechoslovakia.
1992's performers included Rudolf Ruzicka, Zoltan Pongracz, Magdalena Dlugosz, Janos Decsenyi, Dieter Kaufmann and Peter Zagar. Performances were followed by seminar on 'traditions, the present and perspectives of electroacoustic music in central-european region'.
1994's concerts presented electroacoustic music of Polish, Austrian, Slovak, Hungarian, Czech and Bulgarian composers. Following presentations included topics such as electroacoustic music in national context, speech, terminology and others.
Rudolf Ruzicka: Creative, pedagogical and social perspectives of electroacoustic and computer music art, 1992, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052242/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem92/ruzicka.html
Jozef Malovec: Reminiscences of the beginnings of Electroacoustic music in Bratislava, 1994, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052427/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem94/papers/Malovec.html
Simo Lazarov: Bulgarian Electronic and Computer Music Electronic Studio - Radio Sofia, 1994, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052339/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem94/papers/Lazarov.html
Tsvetan Dobrev and Simo Lazarov: Bulgarian electroacoustic music, 1994, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052349/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem94/papers/Dobrev.html
Laszlo Dubrovay: Hungarian Electroacoustic Music, 1994, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052358/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem94/papers/Dubrovay.html
Krzysztof Szlifirski: Electroacoustic music in Poland, 1994, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052409/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem94/papers/Szlifirski.html
Mark Rais: 15 years of Estonian electroacoustic music, 1994, http://web.archive.org/web/19970809052438/www.savba.sk/logos/mca/cecm/ifem94/papers/Rais.html