MOBILISE: Mobiles, Music & Sound Festival
MOBILISE is a mini-festival exploring the emergent field of mobile music making and new sound practice. The event sees an incredible line-up of the world’s mobile music masters descending on De Montfort University’s Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre for two days of workshops, hands-on programming, discussions, presentations and performances. MOBILISE Hackathon Tuesday 28 February, 10 am – 4pm, MTIRL, DMU.
A workshop with IRCAM’s Norbert Schnell and Benjamin Matuszewski. Participants will design and program a simple performance mobile app for the CoSiMa web audio application. No programming experience required, just a curiosity to be part of a collective Smartphone experience.
MOBILISE Conference Wednesday 1 March, 10 am – 5pm, PACE Building, DMU.
Discussions, presentations and demos featuring artists, academics, writers, developers and professionals exploring music, mobility and new sonic arts practice.Norbert Schnell (Ircam, FR) Mobiles, participation and music performance.
Frauke Behrendt (University of Brighton, UK) Sound, mobility and the Internet of Things.
Peter Sinclair/Elena Biserna (Locus Sonus, FR) Exploring, moving and mixing sound environments.
Jakob Haq (SWE) YouTube vlogger and mobile musician HaQ AttaQ.
Aneek Thapar (Ninja Tune, UK) Developing the Ninja Jamm app, workflow issues + some cool tips and tricks.
MOBILISE Performance Wednesday 1 March, 7pm – 9pm, PACE, DMU.
Evening concert with IRCAM workshop participants, DMU students and audience!