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Registration open for the 4th International Workshop on Mobile Music Technology

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POSTED BY: Lalya Gaye | Thu Apr 26th, 2007 2:58 a.m.

4TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MOBILE MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
Amsterdam, Holland, 6-8 May 2007
http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org

*Registration for the 4th International Mobile Music Workshop in Amsterdam 6-8 May 2007 is now open to the public*
Places are limited. go to http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org for more information.

We are very pleased to announce this year's keynotes speakers at the mobile music workshop: Teri Rueb (http://www.terirueb.net), Michel Waisvisz (http://www.steim.org), and Regine Debatty (http://www.we-make-money-not-art.com).

The programme of the workshop is now online (http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org) and features peer-reviewed paper presentations, poster sessions, in-depth discussions about crucial issues of mobile music technology, demos of state-of-the-art projects, break-out sessions and live events.

The workshop is hosted by STEIM and Waag Society in Amsterdam and partners with the Futuresonic Festival in Manchester. The International Steering Committee is formed of Atau Tanaka (Sony CSL Paris, France), Frauke Behrendt (University of Sussex, UK) and Lalya Gaye (Viktoria Institute, Sweden).

Please register now for the last remaining spaces at the 4th International Mobile Music Workshop in Amsterdam 6-8 May 2007, through the registration website at http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org.

Regular fee is 75 Euros, and reduced student fee is 45 Euros. You can also buy a Futuresonic and Mobile Music Joint Ticket for 115 Euros via the Futuresonic website http://www.futuresonic.com.

About the workshop series:
Combining music and mobile technology promises exciting future developments in a rapidly emerging field. Devices such as mobile phones, Walkmans and iPods have already brought music to the ever-changing social and geographic locations of their users and reshaped their experience of the urban landscape. With new properties such as ad hoc networking, Internet connection, and context-awareness, mobile music technology offers countless new artistic, commercial and socio-cultural opportunities for music creation, listening and sharing. How can we push forward the already successful combination of music and mobile technology? What new forms of interaction with music lie ahead, as locative media and music use merge into new forms of everyday experiences? The series of Mobile Music Workshops (Gothenburg 2004, Vancouver 2005, Brighton 2006) discusses this newly emerging field of interest.
Please refer to http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org for further information and proceedings.

Link:
http://www.mobilemusicworkshop.org