I haven’t taken a look all around the site, but it is worth a look it if you haven’t seen it already. You can find it here.
This was the location for the Music Tech Fest event I went to on Saturday. It really is a lovely building, and I bet it is an excellent environment for teaching and learning.
It was an interesting day. I have a lot to think about.
I saw the Ethometric Museum again last night. This time at the Battersea Arts Centre. The performance was exactly as I remembered it, but as it wasn’t in a cellar this time there was no need for hard hats.
I got to take a few more pictures than last time in Edinburgh, so I thought I’d share the pictures of these amazing machines.
I’ve been using Spotify for over a month now and it is really starting to fit into my listening process. It’s interesting to listen and subscribe to other people’s playlists, and a little strange too, almost like snooping in some ways.
I’ve also subscribed to some playlists from the Field Day festival, and again, that’s quite interesting too, and a good way to get to hear some of the acts that I’ve not listened to before.
So I start to wonder about the differences between owning and renting music and how my view of music ownership is changing.
I got my email today inviting me to order my Raspberry Pi. So I did! Only three weeks to wait until it gets delivered now. I’ve already seen some really interesting projects I want to try out with it.
Another lovely preserve from no.98 with a really unique flavour. Again, I got this from Cullenders, which is an excellent deli.
I tried the old Synchopoolp app on my OSX Lion Mac but I didn’t really have any hope that it would run. I was wrong. It worked just fine. It synced a bhajis file from my T3 and it rendered out all of the tracks as separate .wav files too. No problem. Amazing to find that this software still works after all this time.
That really is a great bit of software. What else would you expect though?