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Send+Receive: A Festival of Sound [ca Winnipeg]

sendreceive.jpgSend+Receive: A Festival of Sound :: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Sound and media artists :: Deadline: February 15, 2008 :: The 10th anniversary edition of this festival will take place October 17 – 25, 2008.

Send + Receive is an annual audio art festival showcasing current and newly emerging areas of investigation in a variety of forms including live performance, radio, web-based projects, internet streaming projects, sound poetry, installations, film and video screenings, workshops, and panel discussions. For more information, and to download proposal form go here or contact sendandreceive[at]gmail.com.


Jan 5, 2008
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LOCUSTREAM

soundmap.jpgOver the last 18 months the Locus Sonus Lab has been focusing on a process which revolves around a network of live audio streams. The audio source for each stream is simply an open microphone which continually uploads to a server – and from there available from anywhere via the WWW – chosen (or given) soundscapes or sound environments, as playable material.

Our intention being to provide a permanent (and somewhat emblematic) resource to tap into as raw material for our artistic experimentation. We have now established a worldwide community of streamers each person being responsible for the installation and maintenance of his mike. Several different art forms have developed from this project: Continue reading


Dec 10, 2007
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Audio Extranautes + Ping the Vatican [fr Nice]

ping_3.jpgSYMPOSIUM 4: Audio Extranautes: Flux, Distance, Sociability :: December 17-18, 2007 :: ENSA Villa Arson, Nice :: Ping the Vatican workshop :: December 19-21. Details concerning registration here.

The principal objective is to investigate questions concerning the local, social and collective aspects of interaction between physical and digital space (Internet, telephone etc), expressed through experimentation in current digital audio practices. Audio Extranautes, new perspectives on acoustic space via electronic networks, opens several axes of research developed jointly by the two laboratories: Continue reading


Dec 10, 2007
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Net_Music_Weekly: Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College

lucier.jpg[Image: Still from Mary Lucier’s Summer, or Grief] On November 15, 2007, the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills College will celebrate its 40+ year with works by Robert Ashley, Maggi Payne, John Bischoff, James Fei, David Behrman, Chris Brown and Pauline Oliveros. The event will take place at Roulette, New York City at 8:00 pm.

Since its inception (1966), the Center for Contemporary Music (CCM) has played a leading role in the development of electronic music practices in the US. It was the first publicly accessible electronic music studio on the West coast, and in the early 70s the first site where computers were used in musical performances, predating the laptop music era by over three decades. Continue reading


Nov 14, 2007
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Live Stage: stationary æmotion II [co online]

tremor4.jpgstationary æmotion by æther9 in the frame of Tremor_ 4: Live.doc :: Online :: November 9, 2007; 7:00 pm Columbia time (UTC/GMT -5) Performance duration: 15:00 min [Check your local time here]

The æther9 group presents stationary æmotion: 4 remote performers from 4 different locations united in a real-time broadcast. Remote performers: N3krozoft Group Brussels (BE), Paula Vélez (CO), N3krozoft HQ Geneva (CH) :: Live audio: Christiaan Cruz (California) :: Original screenplay: Nicola Unger & Audrey Samson Continue reading


Nov 9, 2007
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Trampoline: Call for Submissions [uk Nottingham]

trampoline.jpgTRAMPOLINE, Year 10: The Surveillance City :: Call For Submissions :: DEADLINE: November 12, 2007 :: EVENT TO BE HELD ON: November 29, 2007.

If we are not to be played and lost like Pawns scrabbling on the surface of a chessboard we need to understand the rules of the game we are engaged in. As developers buy up our city centres for regeneration into desirable properties for the market, a similar appropriation is taking place within the spectrum that lies above. The air we breathe is itself becoming digital real estate, an intangible landscape carried on radio waves, filling the voids of our cities like Dark Matter. Continue reading


Oct 30, 2007
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Live Stage: stationary æmotion [nl online + Rotterdam]

aether9.jpgstationary æmotion by æther9 :: Online :: Or @ WORM, Achterhaven 148, Rotterdam :: Performance: 22:00 Central European Time (UTC+2 – Bravo Time Zone) Performance duration: 15:00 min [Check your local time here]

The æther9 group presents stationary æmotion: 4 remote performers from 4 different locations reunited in a real-time broadcast. This performance is part of an evening presenting several works focusing on the theme of streaming, brought to you by the Labouretum Lumbrici, tonight at WORM (Rotterdam, NL). The æther9 group is interested in exploring the performative aspect of the infosphere. They make use of existing ‘lo-fi’ communication tools to experiment with the integration of dramaturgical elements linked to the constraints of working with a delocalised group to develop an audiovisual performance. Continue reading


Oct 26, 2007
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Live Stage: International Headphone Festival [us San Francisco]

la_placard_2007.jpgDOUBLE VISION’s Sean Clute and Dave Holton will be performing at this year’s Le Placard Festival. This is the Tenth Annual International Headphone Festival which has been described as “a nonstop streaming interaural experiment that migrates from city to city broadcasting headphone concerts in listening rooms around the world. The festival experiments with exploring new medias, sonic perception, levels of concentration, isolation as inspiration, and spontaneous modification within a global community of eclectic culture- jammers, curious engineers, instigators and self-sufficient sound artists.” Continue reading


Oct 12, 2007
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Sound:Space Info online

web_header.jpgSound:Space took place in January 2007 in the the UK. It comprised a day of artist talks, demonstrations and performances exploring contemporary artistic use of sound and environment — a wealth of the latest developments in audio research and the field of Sound Art. Featuring, Janek Schaefer (audi0h), Kode9 & The Spaceape (Hyperdub), Neil C. Smith, Ed Baxter (Resonance FM), Dr. Aaron Watson, Open Source Audio Software Lab, All day Cinema, a.o.

Recordings of the symposium presentations and discussion panel are now online. Links for either download or streaming options can be found at the bottom of each segment’s listing on the programme page. http://www.sound-space.info/index.htm and http://www.digitalmediacentre.org/podcast.html


Oct 5, 2007
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The Next Radio

gerd_leonhard_at_bcome.jpgWhile radio is a subject on this blog, here’s Gerd Leonhard’s take on the “Next Radio“. On-demand Streaming of Music on Social Networks and Blogs: this is the Next Radio!

Partly because of my general work as a Futurist, and partly because of my role as Co-Founder and CEO of Music API provider Sonific I have been very busy analyzing social networks, blogs, and other self-publishing platforms, and their importance to the music (and media) business. I will be publishing the results as part of my new book (The End of Control), soon, but my summarized conclusion is that this is the birth of the next Iteration of Radio that we are witnessing here. If you recall, Radio was first based on ‘pirated’ un-licensed content, too, unwanted and hated by the record labels and music publishers, since they considered it to replacing solid revenue streams (performances and sheet music, mostly) that they were counting on and did not want threatened (much like CD and download sales, today!).
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Sep 12, 2007
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