Monthly Archives: February 2007

John Jacobs – [DORKBOT-SYD Podcast (February, Part 1/3) Enhanced AAC]

Here is the first of the three presentations from last night’s dorkbot sydney meeting as part of dorkbot-syd’s first podcast.

The default format is Enhanced AAC (with slides, photos and URLs for happy little iTunes/iPod users) but a separate (and smaller) MP3 will also be sent out for everybody else.

Two feeds will exist for both the Enhanced AAC and the MP3 versions so point your aggregator to one of those links!

Thanks again to John Jacobs (I did my best getting rid of the radio his extremely unshielded toys seemed to be picking up) and look forward to the other two segments shortly.

[DORKBOT-SYD Podcast (February, Part 1/3) Enhanced AAC]

John Jacobs – [DORKBOT-SYD Podcast (February, Part 1/3) MP3]

[DORKBOT-SYD Podcast (February, Part 1/3) MP3]

DORKBOT-SYD : FEBRUARY

DORKBOT : SYD MONDAY 19th FEBRAURY 19:30 till 22:00

NOTICE: Dorkbot has moved to every THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH!!!!

We are pleased to have three artists who do strange things with electricity to make sound! Please come along to Lanfranchis at 7.30 for a mingle, talks will start at 8pm sharp. Bring drinks and nibblies.

Jodi Rose is a conceptual sound artist who makes music from bridges in
collaboration with electronic artists, composers, musicians, vj’s and
more.
http://www.singingbridges.net
http://www.myspace.com/play_vj
http://www.toydeath.com
http://www.myspace.com/globalbridgesymphony

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John Jacobs will demonstrate his circuit bent, home brew, simple D.I.Y. touch patched sound generating circuits based on the work of Peter Blasser http://www.ciat-lonbarde.net/paper/index.html.

John is aiming to convene a broken bent and built ElectroMutant Arkestra through the Dorkbot/Electrofinge interface and is keen to contact potential collaborators.
He has started a blog at http://www.jj.chaos.org.au documenting this work.

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Nick Mariette will talk about his experiences building and using his own ambisonic microphone for capturing 3d field recordings that he uses for live surround sound performances.
http://soundsorange.net

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