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MTAA’s Commons Art Diagram

cc_art_dgrm_smll.pngIntroducing the Commons Art Diagram! Download (1.5MB). This package contains the diagram in these formats: .ai, .pdf, .eps, .svg, .gif, hi-res .jpg and hi-res .png. This new art diagram illustrates how different forms of creativity — on being funneled through the CC process — arrive at the place where the ‘art happens.’ This diagram is the second in a series of “art diagrams” that MTAA began with the Simple Net Art Diagram.


May 12, 2007
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Splice: Social Music Mixing

splicelogo.pngSplice Re-Mixes the Music Mashup.

A new social music mixing site is re-thinking interactive audio. Splice, which is still in beta, is a community site that encourages users to submit raw sounds. Users can then build songs out of each other’s sounds. Each creation can be remixed, rearranged, deconstructed and completely re-worked by anyone else in the Splice community.

Splice’s coolest feature is the browser-based sequencer. Songs are assembled and mixed without ever leaving the browser. You can also see details about the users who contributed each track as you mix. Continue reading


May 7, 2007
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Hear the Wandering Ear

we006.jpgLaunched in 2006, Wandering Ear is a net.label dedicated to releasing field recording-oriented audio from around the world. The concept is deliberately open-ended to accommodate the unexpected. Wandering Ear is co-curated by Nathan Larson and Mike Hallenbeck.

All Wandering Ear releases are available for free download in 192kpbs MP3 format individually or packaged using WinZip. All content is subject to the copyright of the respective artists. Full permission was explicitly granted for inclusion on the Wandering Ear website. Wandering Ear releases are free to download under a Creative Commons License for personal use. Commercial usage is prohibited unless individually negotiated with the respective artists and Wandering Ear. Continue reading


May 4, 2007
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DEAF 07: STEIM

deafsteim.jpgDEAF 07: STEIM :: Thursday 12 April 2007 :: Start: 22:00 :: Admission € 10 : Location : Arminius, Rotterdam.

STEIM is the Amsterdam centre for research and development of instruments and tools for performers in the electronic performance arts. STEIM presents a night packed with a broad selection of essential live steps into hybrid electroacoustica. It’s all about meaning-machine interactions, emerging economies of breath and radio waves, composing the now; the merging of studio and live, of composing and improvisation; enchanted neurons; electric body energy versus the wall plugs, the state of musical impact, embedded instruments, the decisive moment of push, riffs, licks, grooves and other celebrations of sound and sounds. STEIM hosts the pioneering work of Atau Tanaka, Mazen Kerbaj and Takuro Mizuta Lippit (djsniff) – STEIM’s new artistic directors for the year 2007 – together with composer, musician, instrument designer and long time STEIM-director Michel Waisvisz. Continue reading


Apr 10, 2007
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Apple rips off Christian Marclay for iPhone ad

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmiWTKZzBLY[/youtube]

In his 1995 film Telephones, artist Christian Marclay spliced together snippets of actors from Hollywood films answering phones. Apple contacted Marclay, he says, to get permission to use the concept for a new iPhone ad (above) debuted during the Oscars. Continue reading


Mar 29, 2007
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The Burning Question

burning.jpgThe Burning Question, by Abinadi Meza, is a participatory installation and internet radio broadcast. This project consists of customized computers, large color posters, and pamphlets examining Intellectual Property and copyright. Multiple computers are loaded with hundreds of works contributed by composers, musicians, and sound artists from around the world. Visitors are offered blank CD’s and invited to freely burn copyleft music; as they make playlists, they collectively generate an Internet radio broadcast that streams 24 hours a day from the gallery for the duration of the exhibit. The gallery becomes an impromptu radio station and visitors become DJ’s. [via Rhizome]


Jan 30, 2007
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