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Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
Mobile Music Workshop
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Mobile Music Workshop

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  • 1. 4th International Mobile Music Workshop Amsterdam 6 - 8 May 2007
  • 2. Organisation • International Steering Committee – Atau Tanaka (Sony CSL) – Frauke Behrendt (University of Sussex) – Lalya Gaye (Viktoria Institute) • Local Organising Committee – Kristina Andersen (Steim) – Robert van Heumen (Steim) – Ronald Lenz (Waag Society)
  • 3. Combining music and mobile technology promises exciting future developments in a rapidly emerging field. Devices such as mobile phones, Walkmans and iPods have already brought
  • 4. How can we push forward the already successful combination of music and mobile technology? What new forms of interaction with music lie ahead, as locative media and
  • 5. Day 1 Sunday May 6th 2007
  • 6. Welcome by steering committee
  • 7. KeyNote: Teri Rueb Trace, set along a network of hiking trails in the Canadian Rockies Banff Centre for the Arts.
  • 8. Cathy van Eck
  • 9. Demo’s
  • 10. Dan Wilcox
  • 11. Bernhard Garnicnig, Gottfried Haider Craving, a Spatial Audio Narrative
  • 12. Posters
  • 13. * Irad Lee / Egotone: Generative Ringtone Engine * Mike Fleming, Kang Chang, Kyle Millns / Audio Bombing: Magnetic Cassette Tape Graffiti * Chia-Ying Lee / Sonic Graffiti: Spraying and Remixing Music on the Street * Ashley Elsdon / Platforms, Programs and Possibilities: The current state of mobile music
  • 14. Performances
  • 15. The HandyDandy Looking towards the Seas that are not sailed yet. The early Years of Bluetooth Rock
  • 16. TokTek(Tom Verbruggen)
  • 17. Day 2 Monday May 7th 2007
  • 18. KeyNote: Michel Waisvisz Introducing STEIM work + the hands + cracklebox
  • 19. Papers
  • 20. Laura Beloff, Martin Pichlmair
  • 21. Atau Tanaka, Guillaume Valadon, Christophe Berger
  • 22. Jurgen Scheible
  • 23. Day 3 Tuesday May 8th 2007
  • 24. Papers
  • 25. Isabella van Elferen, Imar de Vries Floating Fabulousness: Representation, Performativity and Identity in Musical Ringtones
  • 26. Yolande Harris Taking Soundings - Investigating Coastal Navigations and Orientations in Sound
  • 27. Hands-on
  • 28. Just van den Broecke Geotracing
  • 29. Bas van Abel, Ubi de Feo Arduino Physical Computing
  • 30. Lodewijk Loos KeyWorx Live
  • 31. Mobile music community town meeting
  • 32. Paul Keller Creative Commons
  • 33. Closing Keynote: Regine Debatty
  • 34. www.mobilemusicworkshop.org mobilemusicworkshop.blogspot.com www.flickr.com/photos/mobilemusicworkshop

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