Netaudio London presents panel at FutureEverything
How are you using the Internet for the creation and consumption of music? On 13 May, we present our latest research into current user behaviour and evaluate what is coming next in the field of music facilitated by digital media.
A panel consisting of leading practitioners, academics and industry professionals with web, music and public funding backgrounds are presented to comment on the research findings and share their own personal experience on how they use the Internet for making and enjoying music.
Alex McLean, producer of the London nodes of Le Placard and Dorkbot will share his wide ranging experience with technology enabled practitioners and personal insights as a Live Coding artist and computational technology researcher.
John Matthias will reflect on his recent success with the New Music Award winning Fragmented Orchestra project and present current research from the Computer Music Research Centre in Plymouth.
Rachel Baker will comment on how recent developments are reflected by the the Arts Council Digital Opportunity Programme and share her long-standing experience as successful media art practitioner.
Thorsten Sideboard brings first hand insight into all aspects of digital music distribution through his job managing the extensive Last.fm catalog and his experience running the revered Highpoint Lowlife record label.
The panel takes place as part of the FutureEverything conference in Manchester on 13 May 2010, 4pm. It is hosted by Matt Spendlove and Andi Studer of Netaudio London with an introduction given by David Rogerson of Sound and Music. Produced by Cenatus CIC in partnership with Sound and Music, funded by Arts Council England through Grants for the Arts.
How are you using the Internet for the creation and consumption of music? Together with Sound and Music we host a panel at FutureEverything to present our latest research into current user behaviour and evaluate what’s coming next in the field of music facilitated by digital media.