Jamboree 2008 Schedule

Day 1, Monday Dec 8 //////////////////////////////////
Welcoming from STEIM 19h

Session 1: Opening Presentation 20h
David Zicarelli (Cycling 74) - On Max 5 and creative musical software http://www.cycling74.com/
Frank Baldé (STEIM Software Designer) - Release and demo of new features in junXion 4


Day 2, Tuesday Dec 9  //////////////////////////////////
Session 2: Modern Sensor Interfaces 11h-13h
Sukandar Kartadinata (Instrument Designer, Gluion Developer) - Developing sensor instruments and platforms for artists http://www.glui.de/
Andy Schmeder (CNMAT Researcher, Developer of uOSC) - uOSC; OpenSoundControl framework for USB and multiple sensor platforms http://cnmat.berkeley.edu/people/andy_schmeder

Session 3: On Mapping - Techniques and Future Possibilities 15h-17h
Organized and hosted by Robert van Heumen (STEIM) and Daniel Schorno (STEIM) with invited guests:
1. Atau Tanaka / The new Biomuse. www.sensorband.com/atau/ www.ncl.ac.uk/culturelab/people/profile/atau.tanaka
2. Manuel Poletti / MOP.Tools is a tool box designed to perform real time transformations on live audio signals, generate audio synthesis, and analyze audio data, written in Max/MSP.
3. WiiJ Timsky / Wiimote, WiiGuitar & Breakbeat. www.wiijtimski.com/
4. Robin Price / The visualizer software, originally created for an art installation using a prepared radio set, takes incoming sounds, segments them and produces a mapped visualisation of the expanding database each sound is entered into. This can then be explored and interacted with. www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8vz0Pt7UUc and www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmEBlmIAU44
5. Jo Kazuhiro / Inaudible Computing (audio input hardware for sensor data acquiition on mobile devices). jo.swo.jp/
6. Alex Nowitz / Voice and Live-Electronics using Remotes as Gestural Controllers. cec.concordia.ca/econtact/10_4/nowitz_voicelive.html


Day 3, Wednesday Dec 10 //////////////////////////////////
Session 4: Turntable Music - The Practice and its Future Direction
Kjetil Falkenberg Hansen (Scratch Researcher, PhD candidate at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE) http://www.csc.kth.se/~kjetil/
Takuro Mizuta Lippit (STEIM) - Turntable Music in the digital era

Session 5: Rhythm and Sequencing for Live Performances 15h-17h
Kassen (DJ, performer, ChucK programmer) - improvising house music with custom software and game controllers http://www.toplap.org/index.php/Kassen
One Man Nation (musician, producer) - techniques in live sequencing and beat generation in Ableton Live and PD http://onemannation.com/

Jamboree Concert 1 20h-23h
Turntable Music Night 5 at Smart Project Space

Dieb13 - Turntable improvisations with custom software http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5L1Lu87kX-E
Institut fuer Feinmotorik - Turntable soundscape with 4 performers 8 turntables http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=3w2Smr5aNeE
eRikm and dj sniff - Turntable duo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cvWtXFHBCs and http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=jkR2ID8j_mU
Stigingeoy and PussyKrew  - Turntables, feedback and visuals http://www.vimeo.com/1602827


Day 4, Thursday Dec 11 //////////////////////////////////
Session 6: Energy Music 11h-13h
Exploring new approaches to electronic music with generative energy sources and off-the-grid art and performance work

Jamie Allen (Musician, Artist, Lecturer at Newcastle University, UK) http://heavyside.net/
Brian Degger (Researcher, Artist)  http://transitlab.org/
Ben Knapp (Engineer, Instrument Builder, Professor at SARC, Co-Founder of BioControl, UK) http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/Staff/AcademicStaff/DrBenKnapp/

Session 7: Closing Roundtable 15h-17h

Jamboree Concert 2 20h-23h
The Body, The Circuit, The Computer and The Voice at Smart Project Space

Heidi Mortenson - voice and sampling http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=BswH7nKCvjQ
robotcowboy (Dan Wilcox) - robotcowboy suit, midi guitar, controllers http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=CuuJkE789ag
Jamie Allen - circuitMusic http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=G4vtSfT0gHw
Alex Nowitz - Voice, Wiimote and LiSa http://cec.concordia.ca/econtact/10_4/video/nowitz_selfportrait.mov



Demo by Machine Collective in between STEIM sessions

junXion v4 Hands-on Workshop: In 3 Days from Beginner to Advanced
Dates: December 12, 13, 14
Time: 10.30h-17.30h
Cost: €150 (for all 3 days) / €100 (days 2+3)
Location: STEIM, Achtergracht 19, Amsterdam
The workshop will be presented by Frank Baldé, the creator of junXion.

Registration is required for this workshop and can only be done online: http://www.steim.org/steim/registration.php?id=128
Please register early to ensure a place. Places are limited to 12.

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