Supported by New York State Music Fund established by the New York State Attorney General at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
“Networked music is music in which we consciously manipulate, transform, or mediate the connections between performing musicians and/or between the composer, performers, and listeners.” Jason Freeman
Networked_Music_Review (NMR) focuses on emerging networked musical explorations made possible by computers, the Internet, and mobile technologies. NMR gathers data about projects, performances, composers, musicians, software and hardware. It includes interviews with artists, articles, papers and reviews. It provides up-to-date information on conferences, workshops, competitions, and festivals. You may comment on each of the blog entries and converse with invited guests about their work. NMR Features:
Live Stage: Online and offline events are spotlighted in real-time.
Interviews: 10 invited guests will be interviewed in 2007 and will be available for discussion via the comments. Please join the conversation.
Networked_Music_Weekly (NMW): selected projects, artists, or events sent to subscribers weekly.
Networked_Music_Newsletter (NMN): a monthly newsletter sent to subscribers.
Guest Bloggers: If you would like to be a blogger for the Networked_Music_Review, please contact us at: newradio at turbulence dot org
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Networked_Music_Review is supported by the New York State Music Fund established by the New York State Attorney General at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.
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