ach night of the week, a conference-debate will explore a particular aspect from the domain of music technology, with the involvement of players from the worlds of science, arts, and industry.
|Monday October 14, 06:30pm - National Sound Technology Projects|
The RIAM Network :Recherche et Innovation en Audiovisuel et Multimédia [Audiovisual and Multimedia Research and Innovation].
Launched in April 2001, this project is supported by the Minister of Industry, the Minister of Research, and the CNC (National Center for Cinematography). The following research project will be presented :
PHASE by Xavier Rodet, coordinator
DVD à la carte by Philippe Thorel, Director of MPO Online
|Tuesday October 15, 06:30pm - Music distribution in new digital media|
This session will study the drastic mutations in the music industry based on global digitization, with the presentation of key issues and projects of SACEM and Yacast
|Wednesday October 16, 06:30pm - The National Sound Archives|
Jean-Pierre DALBERA, Head of the Research and Technologies Mission (Ministry of Culture and Communications) Culture et Recherche
|Thursday October 17, 06:30pm - Passive Listening|
Douglas HOFSTADTER, Professor of Cognitive Sciences at Indiana University, author of Gödel, Escher, Bach : an Eternal Golden Braid (Basic Books, 1979).
|Friday October 18, 09:30am - Music and Free Software|
Franz MEYER, RedHat, Director, South of Europe, and François Dechelle, IRCAM, Head of Research - Free Software and Systems
AGNULA. This session will present the objectives of this new European project, funded by the European Commission under the IST programme, aiming at proposing a distribution of free software tools in the music sector.
Partners of the consortium are :
Centro Temporeale, Florence
IRCAM, Institut de Recherche et de Coordination Acoustique/musique de Paris
KTH, Kung Tekniska Högsolan of Stockholm
Universita Pompeu Fabra of Barcelona
Free Software Foundation Europe
Free admittance, subject to available seating
Dates : From October 14 to 18
Locale : IRCAM