Research
Workshop

Music Hack Day

November 10 through November 112 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
Ircam

To continue the themes of the conference Musique & Hacking: Instruments, Communities, Ethics, IRCAM is holding a music hack day that will last over 24 hours.  

Over 50 hackers are expected to create and misappropriate all sorts of sonic and musical systems. The focus will be on the software/material complementarity in order to create new interactions among instruments, musicians, and networks.
20 invitations and 30 slots available upon simple registration via this online form.

Program

Friday, November 10
2-5pm: kick-off, presentation of the sponsors and tools (salle Stravinsky)
5-5:30pm: creation of teams (salle Stravinsky)
5:30-6pm: installation (studios & gallery)
6-8pm: hacking session (studios & gallery)
8pm: buffet (gallery)
9pm-midnight: hacking session (studios & gallery)


Saturday, November 11
midnight-9am: hacking session (studios et gallery)
9am: breakfast (gallery)
10am: debriefing (studio 5)
10am-1pm: hacking session (studios & gallery)
1pm: buffet (gallery)
2-4pm: hacking session (studios & gallery)
4-6pm: project presentations + Q&A (gallery)
6-7:30pm: improvised concert (gallery)
7:30-8pm: awards (gallery)
8-8:30pm: clean-up (everywhere)

Public Presentation: 
Saturday, November 11, 4pm


Means Available

3 studios
1 work room
1 workshop (to be confirmed)
1 open gallery equipped with WIFI, Ethernet
Mechanical, electronic, and computer tools
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Photo credit: Emilie Zawadzki

Partenaires de l'événement : Deezer, Mozilla, GRAME, Ircam