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MOBILE MUSIC TECHNOLOGY

First International Workshop
Viktoria Institute, Göteborg, Sweden, June 10-11 2004
http://www.viktoria.se/fal/events/mobilemusic2004/

In the late 1970's, the Walkman liberated recorded music - it allowed 
you to carry the listening room with you. Today, iPods and mobile 
phones allow new forms of private and social music experiences. What 
are the trends in mobile music technology? What kinds of new modes of 
musical interaction are becoming possible? Will peer-to-peer sharing 
and portable MP3 players destroy the music business - or will new 
technology let artists reach more people than ever before?

This event is an opportunity to learn more about the emerging forms of 
mobile music technology. The workshop will include speakers 
representing some of the world's most innovative approaches to mobile 
music, including new technologies for music listening, creation and 
sharing. There will be plenty of opportunities for attendees to meet 
and work creatively together on these issues. You are also invited to 
present your own work in a poster session.

Don't miss this chance to help shape the mobile music landscape of the 
future!

INVITED SPEAKERS INCLUDE:

Arianna Bassoli, Medialab Europe, Ireland
tunA - a hand-held ad-hoc device for local music sharing

Lalya Gaye, Viktoria Institute, Sweden
Sonic City - a wearable music system for the urban environment

Chris Salter, Sponge and Rhode Island School of Design, US/Germany
Joel Ryan, Institute of Sonology, STEIM, Netherlands
TGarden: Wearable Instruments, Embodied Interaction and Augmented 
Physicality

Atau Tanaka, Sony CSL Paris, France
Café Sound Life Paris - a near-future personal music experience

Mattias Östergren, Interactive Institute, Sweden
SoundPryer - joint music listening on the road

INVOLVEMENT BY THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

We are striving to involve the music industry, including producers, 
distributors, artists, on-line vendors, etc. Local industry 
representatives will include the independent distributor  Border Music 
and the record label Service.

POSTER SUBMISSIONS

We invite you to contribute posters that document your work or ideas in 
mobile music technology. To submit a poster, please send a 2-page 
abstract in the ACM SIGCHI publication format (Word template available 
here). We will print a compendium of all posters and arrange a poster 
presentation session where attendees can discuss the work with authors. 
Poster presenters are also encouraged to bring a demonstration to 
complement the poster.

Poster deadline: May 31

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT THE WEB SITE:
http://www.viktoria.se/fal/events/mobilemusic2004/

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