Netaudio Taster April 11th


Netaudio have a taster event on the 11th.

Netaudio’08 presents its first Taster event on Friday, 11th April 2008. For the occasion we have prepare a special feat of networked creative production, the Netaudio Ping Pong.

Netaudio Ping Pong is partly music performance partly a game for everyone to join in. It is based on “run around” table tennis, but it ain’t no ball game, instead players can lay hand on some cutting edge technology and produce some wicked beats.

There will be two session at 9pm and 10pm. You are invited to take part and if you book ahead you can even bring along your very own samples loops and sounds. To book your place in the game, send us an email. Please tell us briefly who you are and if you want to contribute some sound material. Note that places are limited, first come – first serve.

Before, between and after the Ping Pong sessions, we have got some wicked Netaudio acts booked. Jon J-Lab and Alex Fisher will play a joint live set as Super Sonic Transport. And with Andi Sparks and Russell Skellon, two residents of Netaudio’08 will play you the hottest of free internet music, flavours range from dubstep, tech-house and dub.

Lineup:
you! -live (takeing part in Netaudio Ping Pong)
SST -live (SST are J-Lab & Alex Fisher)
Russell Skellon (Motronic, run, Netaudio London)
And Sparks (After-Dinner, Netaudio London

When: 11th April 08 8pm-2am
Where: 161-165 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AL
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free entry

Sounds fun.

No DS Emulator for Palm soon I think

It seems that Dmitry is not going to be working on this emulator any time soon according to this thread.

Netaudio London

Networked Music Review posts on Netaudio London 08 which is in October this year. looks interesting.

New post on the Korg DS-10 blog in Japanese

I tried using Google translate to understand what this post was about, but to be honest I think I might have been better off reading the Japanese!

tags technorati :

iPhone SDK beta 2 is out

According to TUAW the latest iPhone SDK beta has been released. Before you go downloading, be aware it is a 2.1gb download, and the Apple servers are being hammered.

FilMobile

I picked up on this via the Mobile Sound blog. It looks quite interesting especially if you’re in London of course.

FILMOBILE is a network project bringing together the mobile phone industry, filmmakers and artists working with mobile devices. FILMOBILE is organising a major event in the spring of 2008 consisting of a three parts: a gallery exhibition, cinema screenings and an international conference. This event will explore the cultural impact brought about by new mobile technologies and initiate debates between artists, the media and the new mobile industry.

Conference and screenings at The Old Lumière Cinema
309 Regent Street, London W1R 8AL (tube Oxford Circus)

Friday 4 April

16:00 – 18:00 FILMOBILE conference
18:30 – 20:30 FILMOBILE cinema screening
20:30 FILMOBILE wine reception

Saturday 5 April

10:30 – 18:30 FILMOBILE conference

The events are free to attend but registration via email or text-message is essential. Email to info@filmobile.net or text FILMOBILE to 81707 including your name and email address to register (texts cost 1 standard message).

Good feedback on TrakAx Mobile

The TrakAx blog has a bunch of comments from various sites (including Palm Sounds of course) on just how good the application is, and at a price of $19.99 you really can’t go wrong in my opinion.

If you haven’t taken a look as yet then you really should.

Concrete Dog videos

Concretedog MachinEMANCIPATION from concretedog on Vimeo.

Concretedog the colour fourteen from concretedog on Vimeo.

Here are some excellent videos from ConcreteDog. Fantastic.

Is hand held music greener than other electronic music making?

That’s my question for today?

I was reading something at work today about turning off lights and appliances that you’re not using and it struck me that maybe not only is mobile music making very handy in terms of being able to work on your stuff wherever you are, but also ‘greener’ than other forms of electronic music making.

I don’t know if I’m right or not, I guess you’d have to work out the amount of power required to charge a laptop battery against a PDA battery and how much music production time you’d get from each, but it is one of those things that just feels like it should be right. It kind of makes intuitive sense that these devices use less power.

I could be wrong, but until someone tells me otherwise I might just feel good about it for a while.

Sad day …

It is a very sad day indeed. My SG20 MIDI tone module is no more. I was putting the batteries in and got a sudden smell of burning. When I tried to see if it still worked, nothing. Not a thing at all. Big shame.

So I thought I’d open it up to see if there was anything obvious wrong with it, but nothing jumps out at me. Any suggestions as to what to do with it would be gratefully received.

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