Tuesday, April 07, 2009

iPhone computer music concert, Canberra, 8 April 2009

The Australian National University will be hosting an experimental interactive computer music concert, using iPhones, 8pm, 8 April 2009. This is in the famous Room N101, CIST Building, ANU, North Road, Canberra:
As part of their projects in the area of Live Coding for Computer
Music, two of our PhD students will be presenting a concert tomorrow
evening (Wednesday 8th April) in N101 of the CS&IT building. This will be
the first in a series of concerts, tentatively badged as the "iMates"
series. Part of the concert will be a technical trial of audience
participation in music generation and, if you have an iPhone or iPod you
will be able to download software on the night and participate in this

All are welcome. Enquiries to Ben.Swift(a)anu.edu.au

Just to clarify a few points:

- the concert starts at 8pm
- the series is tentatively called "inMates"
- you need to have an iPhone or an iPod Touch. Make sure they are fully
- even if you don't have an iPhone or iPod Touch, the concert should be
interesting and enjoyable

Dr Henry Gardner
Reader and Head,
School of Computer Science
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Australian National UniversityCanberra ACT 0200 Australia

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