This is from a 1996 radio programme that I used to listen to. It’s an interesting interview so I thought it would be a good thing if you’re at a loose end on a Saturday night!
Another reminder for the Apps World expo and conference which you can find a link to on the Palm Sounds home page. It’s right at the top on the right so you can’t miss it. I’m sure it’ll have some interesting things for the developers reading this. There’s quite an interesting looking wearables stream too, although you need to pay for that part of the conference.
Just a quick reminder that there are more Music Tech Fest dates coming up that might be of interest to you. Here’s what they have planned …
Berlin October 24-26, Paris November 21-23, New York December 12-14, with the addition of São Paulo, Auckland, Umeå, Los Angeles and Amsterdam in 2015.
I’m sure something will fit for you.
In just 4 weeks it’ll be the London Mini Maker Faire at Elephant and Castle. You can still get tickets and take a look at some of the cool stuff that is likely to be there. Also I know that they were looking for volunteers as well, so if that’s something you’d like to do it might be worth see if they still need people.
I was at last year’s event, which was the first year that it ran and it was excellent. Anyway, full details plus tickets etc here.
I mentioned this in my post about the Soho Hardware Start up lab, and strangely saw them at an event run by Kickstarter recently too.
It’s well worth a look though. I’m very tempted indeed to go grab one myself.
If you haven’t got around to it so far, here’s what you need to know …
Here are the rules:
- use SunVox only: http://warmplace.ru/soft/sunvox;
- Sampler and Vorbis Player modules are not allowed;
- size of the ZIP-packed SunVox file must not be greater than 64kb;
- any genre, any length.
Send your ZIP-packed .sunvox files to firstname.lastname@example.org with “SunVox Compo” topic.
Deadline: October 19.
You can find more information on the Sunvox forum.
I posted about this in the week, but it really is worth revisiting, so if you haven’t heard of or visited the London Sound Survey then this is something you really should do, especially if you have even a passing interest in field recording or found sound.
Anyway, please take a look at the London Sound Survey, it’s a pretty awesome thing.