Estudios bandísticos / Wind Band Studies does not consider any published article or that is currently under revision by another journal. Word limits depend on the type of contribution (see below). In general, manuscripts must be submitted as Microsoft Word file (.docx). Please, pay attention to the following points:
This journal publishes manuscripts in Spanish, Portuguese, English, and other Spanish Official languages.
For all questions related to style, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th edition (author-date in the text, and complete references at the end). For consulting our brief guide, click here. Notice that articles that not suite with our editorial rules will be returned to the author.
Figures must be placed within the manuscript at the appropriate place (including captions) and attached as separate files (JPG, TIFF; 350 dpi at 15 cm/6 inches in portrait format). Note that it is the author’s responsibility to secure permission for reproducing any material in copyright.
Musical examples will be attached as a finale file ( .musx). All of the musical examples must be edited; we do not accept captures of printed music.
This journal uses OJS to manage the peer-review process. At the present moment, this part of the website is under construction. Please, contact to Miguel Ángel Ríos by email: email@example.com
Submissions will be first reviewed by an editor who will decide whether they are of sufficient quality to proceed with the review process. The editors reserve the right to immediately reject or request immediate revisions of submissions that do not adhere to the requirements listed above. Manuscripts will be read by two peer-reviewers.
The editors will notify authors about the status of their submission via email within 60 days after its reception. If the submission has been accepted for publication, we will send preliminary comments for any suggested revisions. In the interest of time, we ask that authors return their edited text and digital images electronically within 15 days of notification of acceptance. Some authors whose pieces are not initially accepted for publication will be given a suggestion to “revise and resubmit.” This suggestion is literal, and we will review resubmissions after revisions or improvements are made.
Authors will receive a link to the copyedited version of their piece for final proofreading before it goes “live” on the journal’s website.
Each manuscript must meet a high standard of criteria to be considered for publication. Referees are asked to evaluate a paper according to the following aspects:
On the basis of these criteria, reviewers are asked to forward a final reasoned recommendation that will be the basis for the editors’s decision to publish a paper:
The editors do not pass on any reviewer’s identity either to the author or to other reviewers. Neither do they reveal the author’s name to a reviewer. Although authors and reviewers are asked to not reveal their names to each other, both parties nevertheless may independently decide to identify themselves to the other.