In a couple of weeks, Jonathan and I will join a couple of experimenters (musicology PhD student Mike D’Errico, artist James Raymond, and anthropologist Alexandra Lippman of Sound Ethnography) to demonstrate the possibilities of Paperphone. We are excited to play with our audio processing application in and outside of the expected rituals of scholarly knowledge production. In addition to the demo, we will engage with users with an interest to implement Paperphone in a workshop format. Come and play with us!
May 15, noon – 2pm.
UCLA Schonberg Music Building, Room 1230
UCLA is providing lunch for event participants!! Please RSVP with Mike D’Errico (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 14th.
Parking: Please park in Lot 2, right outside the Schoenberg Music Building, at the entrance of Hilgard and Westholme.
Thanks to UCLA, Duke’s Soundbox and Franklin Humanities Institute for making this even t possible.