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Tuesday, November 7
 

14:00 CET

FULLY BOOKED Lessons from the Tech Playbook: Strategic Music Marketing Workshop
This Workshop is fully booked - registration is no longer possible. 

Please check out the complete #lab schedule:
https://mwm-berlin.de/program/mwm-labs/

Participants in the mw:m #labs are offered a 50% discount on the mw:m #convention ticket.  



Speakers
avatar for Anthony Thet

Anthony Thet

Founder, CEO, Consulting & Management in Music Affairs
A professional musician with a degree in business administration (Technische Universität Berlin) I have been involved in the world of music business, motivation and business team trainings for many years now. With music’n’emotion, a team training concept by speaker & music... Read More →


Tuesday November 7, 2017 14:00 - 15:30 CET
HdpK2 SRH Hochschule der Populären Künste // Potsdamer Straße 188 // 10783 Berlin

15:00 CET

DJ RoundUp 2017: A Workshop on Technology, Style and Getting Started

Anmeldung: http://bit.ly/mwm2017labs 

Level:
Advanced Beginner

DJing is a crucial element of modern club culture. In all genres of electronic or club music, a DJ is nowadays way more than just a selector of music. Today’s DJ tools enable you to turn your DJ performance into a live performance, to rearrange and remix music live during your performance - while on the other end many clubs and DJs decisively prefer to only focus on traditional analog DJing techniques. However, DJing in 2017 is much more divers than it ever was before. As a young DJ - how do I position myself properly, how do I develop a clear concept and identity and how do I succeed - this workshop allows you to touch all these topics, actively try out all different technical setups and learn a lot about a professional DJ’s work, the requirements and restrictions.

Topics:

DJ systems - Vinyl, Traktor, CDJs - what’s the best choice for me
DJ styles - how do I develop my own DJ identity
DJ careers - what do I need (to know) before starting a DJ career

2 Sessions á 1,5 h = not consecutive
Limited to 6 participants each session

Participants in the mw:m #labs are offered a 50% discount on the mw:m #convention ticket.  
Please indicated your interest when registering for the #lab 


Moderators
avatar for Mike Vamp aka Mike Pagliosa

Mike Vamp aka Mike Pagliosa

DJ, Musician & Producer
Mike Vamp (born in Frankfurt am Main as Mike Pagliosa) is a German Dj, musician and music producer. Together with DJ Clé he also performs under the name of Maertini Broes. He grew up in Frankfurt in the seventies and was active as a guitarist in the German punk scene. In 1980 he... Read More →

Tuesday November 7, 2017 15:00 - 16:30 CET
noisy Academy noisy Academy // Warschauer Straße 70A // 10243 Berlin

15:30 CET

FULLY BOOKED Spatial Sound & 3D Audio Production Software
Registration no longer possible = workshop is fully booked. 

Level:
Intermediate

In a 3-hour long hands-on Spatial Sound & 3D Audio Production Software Workshop, Johannes Scherzer (3D Audioproduktionssoftware MNTNTaucher Sound) sets out to give an overview of new and innovative 3D Audio Technologies and explore the dramaturgical possibilities of Spatial Sound in various formats such as film, theater and Sound Art.




 

Speakers
avatar for Johannes Scherzer

Johannes Scherzer

Sound Scenographer, MNTN
Working in the fields of spatial media, film, and scenography, Johannes creates 3D sound experiences for exhibitions, brand environments and events. Drawing from his practice as sound designer and re-recording mixer, he later began developing software tools enabling sound designers... Read More →


Tuesday November 7, 2017 15:30 - 18:30 CET
TBA1

16:00 CET

Perspectives: Blockchain & the Music Industry
Anmeldung: http://bit.ly/mwm2017labs 

Attendance without registration is possible.



Level:
Intermediate

MusicTech Germany invites artists, engineers, developers, music enthusiasts and music industry professionals to discuss the possibilities of Blockchain-based applications as well as alternative tech and platform solutions for the Music Industry.

For inquiries regarding participation in this event or the possibilities of a cooperation, please contact claudia@music-tech.de

Participants in the mw:m #labs are offered a 50% discount on the mw:m #convention ticket.  
Please indicated your interest when registering for the #lab 


Speakers
avatar for Claudia S.

Claudia S.

Managing Partner, german.innovation


Tuesday November 7, 2017 16:00 - 17:15 CET
HdpK1 SRH Hochschule der Populären Künste // Potsdamer Straße 188 // 10783 Berlin

17:00 CET

DJ RoundUp 2017: A Workshop on Technology, Style and Getting Started

Anmeldung: http://bit.ly/mwm2017labs 

Level:
Advanced Beginner

DJing is a crucial element of modern club culture. In all genres of electronic or club music, a DJ is nowadays way more than just a selector of music. Today’s DJ tools enable you to turn your DJ performance into a live performance, to rearrange and remix music live during your performance - while on the other end many clubs and DJs decisively prefer to only focus on traditional analog DJing techniques. However, DJing in 2017 is much more divers than it ever was before. As a young DJ - how do I position myself properly, how do I develop a clear concept and identity and how do I succeed - this workshop allows you to touch all these topics, actively try out all different technical setups and learn a lot about a professional DJ’s work, the requirements and restrictions.

Topics:

DJ systems - Vinyl, Traktor, CDJs - what’s the best choice for me
DJ styles - how do I develop my own DJ identity
DJ careers - what do I need (to know) before starting a DJ career

2 Sessions á 1,5 h = not consecutive
Limited to 6 participants each session

Participants in the mw:m #labs are offered a 50% discount on the mw:m #convention ticket.  
Please indicated your interest when registering for the #lab 


Moderators
avatar for Mike Vamp aka Mike Pagliosa

Mike Vamp aka Mike Pagliosa

DJ, Musician & Producer
Mike Vamp (born in Frankfurt am Main as Mike Pagliosa) is a German Dj, musician and music producer. Together with DJ Clé he also performs under the name of Maertini Broes. He grew up in Frankfurt in the seventies and was active as a guitarist in the German punk scene. In 1980 he... Read More →

Tuesday November 7, 2017 17:00 - 18:30 CET
noisy Academy noisy Academy // Warschauer Straße 70A // 10243 Berlin

17:00 CET

MOD DEVICES - Building personalized digital rigs for live performances Workshop
Please register here: http://bit.ly/mwm2017labs 
Attendance without registration is possible.

Workshop Lead: 
Gianfranco Ceccolini, CEO of MOD Devices

Level:
open to all

The MOD Duo is a "real-time audio computer for live performance" and it provides a way for musicians to create custom setups - comprised of interconnected virtual gear, like effects, synths, loopers and sequencers - that can be taken to the stage inside a rugged stage-ready housed device.During the workshop, Gianfranco will go through the many MOD Duo features while building a setup to be used for live performance, from the connection of the many audio apps to the controlling options during performance.

Feel free to bring your instruments ! (not a pre-requiste, open to all)

Followed by Jam Session with participants and Special Guests

Participants in the mw:m #labs are offered a 50% discount on the mw:m #convention ticket.  
Please indicated your interest when registering for the #lab  

Speakers
avatar for Gianfranco Ceccolini

Gianfranco Ceccolini

Founder & CEO, MOD Devices
Gianfranco turned the MOD into a union of his two passions: music and technology. He got his first guitar and his first computer in 1990 and has been thinking of a way to combine the two ever since. A free software enthusiast, Gianfranco got a degree in mechanical engineering from... Read More →


Tuesday November 7, 2017 17:00 - 18:30 CET
HdpK2 SRH Hochschule der Populären Künste // Potsdamer Straße 188 // 10783 Berlin

17:30 CET

Paradigm Shift: Changing the Status Quo on Diversity in the Industry

Anmeldung: http://bit.ly/mwm2017labs 

Teilnahme auch spontan ohne Anmeldung möglich. 
Attendance without registration is possible.


Paradigm Shift: Changing the Status Quo on Diversity in the Industry

Dass die Musik- und Kreativwirtschaft ein Gender-Problem hat, ist mittlerweile keine neue Erkenntnis mehr. In sämtlichen Kontexten wird tagtäglich deutlich, dass die Branche in sämtlichen Bereichen männlich dominiert ist. Diese Erkenntnis der vergangenen Jahre führt jedoch nicht zu Resignation, sondern hat vielmehr eine Wellen an Initiativen, Einzelaktion und - wohl langfristig am wichtigsten - Awareness ausgelöst. In diesem Workshop wollen wir mit erfahrenen Frauen der Musikwirtschaft, aber auch Berufseinsteigerinnen darüber sprechen, wie weitere Schritte aussehen können, um den Status Quo zu ändern. Braucht es einen Dachverband, in dem sich die verschiedenen Initiativen - reginal, überregional, Vereine, Festivals etc. - organisieren und Synergien nutzen können? Kann eine Leadership Academy speziell mit Angeboten für Frauen, die eine Führungsposition anstreben, die Weichen für die Zukunft und für mehr Diversität stellen? Wie können die Herausforderungen wie Kinderbetreuung, denen sich Frauen im Alltag oft stellen müssen, nicht mehr zum Hinderniss für eine Teilnahme an einem Festival oder einer Konferenz werden? Führt eine Datenbank, in welcher weibliche Spezialistinnen mit ihrem Themengebiet, Verbände bzw. Inititativen oder Veranstaltungen gelistet werden, zu einfacherem Zugang und damit im Endeffekt zu mehr Diversität?

Level: open to all



Tuesday November 7, 2017 17:30 - 19:00 CET
HdpK1 SRH Hochschule der Populären Künste // Potsdamer Straße 188 // 10783 Berlin
 
Wednesday, November 8
 

09:30 CET

Check-In
Wednesday November 8, 2017 09:30 - 10:30 CET
Foyer Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

10:30 CET

Sound Meditation
A session using music to create a meditative journey - music has a therapeutic effect and will guide you into deep self-exploration.

Speakers
avatar for Angel Hernandez

Angel Hernandez

CEO, Connected Business
Angel supports individuals, groups and organizations to connect with their true purpose and visions and supporting them to get the right tools and strategy for their growth. As an entrepreneur, he understands the world as a field of possibilities and he strongly believes that the... Read More →
avatar for Mounira Latrache

Mounira Latrache

Founder & CEO, Connected Business
Before launching Connected Business, Mounira was leading the YouTube Space Berlin and heading up YouTube PR for Germany, Austria & Switzerland. During her 5+ years at Google, she dedicated 20% of her working time to spreading mindfulness at Google and externally. Mounira has 15+ years... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 10:30 - 10:40 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

10:45 CET

Eröffnung
Eröffnung der Veranstaltung durch Olaf Kretschmar, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Berlin Music Commission.

Speakers
avatar for Olaf Kretschmar

Olaf Kretschmar

Vorstandsvorsitzender / Cluster Manager, Berlin Music Commission
Olaf Kretschmar stieg nach Philosophiestudium und Marketingausbildung als Clubbetreiber und Booker in die Musikwirtschaft ein und hat in den 90ern „die Clubkultur in Berlin miterfunden“ (Berliner Zeitung April 2007). 2000 gründete er mit Sascha Wolf und Sascha Disselkamp die... Read More →
avatar for Jana Rahmlow

Jana Rahmlow

Vorständin / Senior Project Manager, Berlin Music Commission
Jana Rahmlow ist als Mitglieder- und Projektmanagerin bei der Berlin Music Commission tätig. Sie betreut u.a. die Mitgliederkommunikation, den Social Media Auftritt der BMC und verwaltet die Finanzen. Jana lebt seit Ende der 90er Jahre in Berlin und war schon an den unterschiedlichsten... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 10:45 - 11:00 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

11:00 CET

Opening Keynote on the Art of Music Discovery
With millions of songs at our fingertips and a world of wonderful distractions around us, refining the Art of Music Discovery has become one of the main challenges of the Music Industry. In his Opening Keynote, Richard Harless, will share his vision of how music technology can help people discover and share new innovative custom content and connect with their favourite artist.

Speakers
avatar for Richard Harless

Richard Harless

Country Manager Germany, Shazam


Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:00 - 11:25 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

11:25 CET

Fireside Chat with Richard Harless
Richard's keynote will be followed by a fireside chat with our stage host Torsten Groß. 

Speakers
avatar for Richard Harless

Richard Harless

Country Manager Germany, Shazam


Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:25 - 11:50 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

11:25 CET

Fireside Chat with Richard Harless
Richard's keynote will be followed by a fireside chat with our stage host Torsten Groß. 

Speakers
avatar for Richard Harless

Richard Harless

Country Manager Germany, Shazam


Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:25 - 11:50 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

11:40 CET

Wasted: Music on the Blockchain
Blockchain technology seems to be the most decisive (and only) hope for musicians and artists in general. It delivers the promise of a transparent, secure and fair exchange for creative work. Or to say the least, to get more money faster. However, the mess musicians are in is only another even fractional proof for what is wrong in society and business as a whole. Economic principles or governmental systems with the best reputation start to malfunction or even fail. This talk puts music into perspective. Into the broad context of the fundamental changes and challenges ahead.

Speakers
avatar for Frank Sonder

Frank Sonder

Consultant, Keynote Speaker, Blockchain and Music
As an experienced entrepreneur, speaker and business consultant, Frank focuses on the impact of digitalization in our society. He is passionate about technology but distrusts the hype as well as the speech bubbles of modern business. As a speaker and author he outlines future innovations... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:40 - 11:55 CET
Gallery 3 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

11:40 CET

ABC_DJ : Translating Brand Values Into Music

The project ABC_DJ aims at providing new software tools that enable European branding agencies to identify brand-fitting music titles from large music archives. Therefore, a statistical model will be developed to predict semantic, brand-related connotations of musical pieces based on acoustical features of the music and the social and cultural context of the listeners. These predictions will be used to automatically create playlists which can be used for marketing and point of sale branding activities such as selection of instore music. ABC_DJ will thus increase the pool of music effectively exploitable for branding agencies significantly and enables them to serve the diverse market needs. The project receives funding by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 688122.


Speakers
avatar for Felix Haaksman

Felix Haaksman

Co-Founder and Managing Director, heardis!
Co-Founder and Managing Director of HearDis! In charge of executive music production, music licensing, in-store music. As a music supervisor he gained the experience that led him to creating, selecting and licensing music for brands. Within the ABC_DJ consortium he's the Exploitation... Read More →
avatar for Andreas Schoenrock

Andreas Schoenrock

Musicologist, heardis!
Following his education as an audio engineer, Andreas studied Musicology, Communication Studies and Engineering Acoustics. Andreas acts as an audio consultant in branding processes. He is able to transcribe the values of a company, a brand or a product fittingly and effectively onto... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:40 - 11:55 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

11:55 CET

An Artist’s New Best Friend? Smart Contracts and Beyond
Digital innovation and technological advancement have opened up a multitude of new creative possibilities and could provide a better solution for rather practical issues such as rights administration within the Creative Industries. Smart contracts promise immediate and secure access to vital information on an artist and a work of art including terms of usage and subsequently ownership splits, rights holder’s contact information all the way to creative influences of the artist and equipment used. Literally everything could potentially be stored through technology such as Blockchain.

But aside from a streamlined administration, what implications could smart contracts or an idea like Imogen Heap’s Creative Passport have on artists and the creative process in general ? 

Moderators
avatar for Ronny Krieger

Ronny Krieger

Indepedent Consultant, audiomatters
In the past 20 years Ronny Krieger has been successfully involved in pretty much all areas of the international music business. Originally a banker at the corporate lending department, he soon followed his passion for music as an artist, dj and producer, later pr agent for press and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Peter Harris

Peter Harris

Founder, res()nate
As a web developer since the 90's, Peter has built hundreds of sites across dozens of industries. Having special focus on the music business, he has collaborated with numerous musicians from struggling artists to mid-level bands and even a few platinum-selling superstars. With a... Read More →
avatar for Adina Popescu

Adina Popescu

Founder & CEO, SnowblackVR
Adina Popescu is a philosopher and entrepreneur, creating platforms that integrate nascent technology in order to generate impact and to empower bottom-up movements. She is currently working on a 4D Immersive Climate Change Platform called EARTH that is running on BLOCKCHAIN, “because... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 11:55 - 12:20 CET
Gallery 2 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:00 CET

Introducing INES - The Innovation Network of European Showcases
Driving synergies between showcase festivals artists and music industry pros! This is the claim of the freshly launched Innovation Network of European Showcases - short INES, which is created by eight European showcase festivals and the German music-tech startup gigmit and which raised € 2Mio from the European Union. Learn how INES is going to support artists and music pros in the development of their international careers and how the programme will change the landscape of showcase festivals in Europe.

Speakers
avatar for Magdalena Zschunke

Magdalena Zschunke

Head of Festival & Brand Partnerships, gigmit / INES
Graduated Cultural Manager and proved event organiser, Magdalena Zschunke started to work in 2014 for the music tech startup gigmit in the crossfield of marketing, sales and business development. The mission: Bring technological solutions into European festival booking and integrate... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:00 - 12:15 CET
Gallery 3 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:20 CET

Touring artists: information and advice for artists and creatives working internationally 
The webpage www.touring-artists.info and its helpdesk service provide information and individual consultations related to international mobility for German artists and creatives as well as for those who want to work in Germany. Issues addressed range from taxes, visa/residence, status of artists/contracts, and transport/customs to social security, insurances, copyright, and funding. 
touring artists is a project of the Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste (IGBK) and the International Theatre Institute in Germany (ITI), supported by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media (BKM). The touring artists helpdesk service is realised in cooperation with SMartDe – Netzwerk für Kreative e.V.

Speakers
avatar for Jana Grünewald

Jana Grünewald

Editorial team / Project coordinator, touring artists / International Theatre Institute - German Centre
Jana Grünewald works for the International Theatre Institute (ITI) – German Centre since 2012, since 2015 as part of the touring artists’ editorial team. Furthermore, she is project coordinator at the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland (the umbrella organisation for dance in Germany... Read More →
avatar for Sebastian Hoffmann

Sebastian Hoffmann

Consultant, touring artists
Sebastian Hoffmann has been promoting shows in Berlin since 2005, and currently co-curates the annual Down by the River Festival (http://www.downbytheriver-berlin.de/) and the monthly concert series Fourtrack on Stage (http://fourtrackonstageberlin.tumblr.com/) at Schokoladen. From... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:20 - 12:35 CET
Gallery 3 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:25 CET

A Thousand Fans are Not a Community - On the Meaning of Authenticity and Belonging
Daniel will share insights from cognitive psychology, systems thinking, and his personal experience building communities to show how artists, labels, and publishers can gather fans, generate advocacy, and innovate by building authentic communities.

Speakers
avatar for Daniel Ospina

Daniel Ospina

Organisation Design Facilitator, Conductal
Daniel has spent his life exploring how organisations can create wonder. His journey has led him to facilitate workshops for the Danish Government, design for astronauts on-board the European Space Station, manage innovation processes at The Fat Duck Group, research at the Experimental... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:25 - 12:55 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:25 CET

Mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence for Entrepreneurs
Greater complexity outside requires greater clarity inside. Effective leadership isn’t about just checking off more tasks. It’s defined by how well we use our minds and interact with others. We need flexibility and clear purpose in the face of complexity. We need balance, insight, and the ability to inspire others. In this session Mounira Latrache and Angel Hernandez will explain how Mindfulness & Emotional Intelligence can have a strong impact on business growth AND happiness. They will also have plenty of time to answer your questions.

Speakers
avatar for Angel Hernandez

Angel Hernandez

CEO, Connected Business
Angel supports individuals, groups and organizations to connect with their true purpose and visions and supporting them to get the right tools and strategy for their growth. As an entrepreneur, he understands the world as a field of possibilities and he strongly believes that the... Read More →
avatar for Mounira Latrache

Mounira Latrache

Founder & CEO, Connected Business
Before launching Connected Business, Mounira was leading the YouTube Space Berlin and heading up YouTube PR for Germany, Austria & Switzerland. During her 5+ years at Google, she dedicated 20% of her working time to spreading mindfulness at Google and externally. Mounira has 15+ years... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:25 - 13:10 CET
Gallery 2 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:30 CET

Slaves to the Algorithm: Disrupting Gatekeepers in Music
In 2015 record labels around the globe spent a combined $1.7bn to promote new music. An estimated 80% of which is spent on marketing to existing fans, who already follow artists on social media. Why? Because organic reach is dead. Even the biggest artists on the planet struggle to get their content seen. Witness a grassroots movement on a mission, a cause, to establish a free and direct information flow between artists and fans, providing a viable alternative to playlists for surfacing new tracks, while keeping fans on the pulse of new music by artists they love.

Speakers
avatar for Andreas Mahringer

Andreas Mahringer

Co-Founder & CEO, Record Bird
Andreas Mahringer is Co-Founder & CEO of Record Bird, a free service which notifies music fans of new releases by their favorite artists with the ultimate goal of creating an automated, free and frictionless information channel for new music. In May 2017, Record Bird closed its second... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:30 - 12:40 CET
Gallery 4 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:40 CET

Why Every Event Promoter Needs a Data Scientist
Event organizers and promoters face multiple risks: artist cancellation, bad weather, etc. However, the most common yet usually uninsurable reason for unsuccessful events is unsold tickets since “78% of events don’t actually sell out”, according to Michael Rapino, CEO of Live Nation. Luckily new possibilities of gathering and analyzing data by the means of intelligent algorithms by now enable promoters to accurately predict ticket sales with no need to rely on their guts or big pockets.

Speakers
avatar for Nikolas Schriefer

Nikolas Schriefer

Co-Founder and CEO, Stagelink
Nikolas is the founder and CEO of Stagelink.com - providing event organizers and promoters with unique fan insights and effective digital marketing to forecast sales and maximize profit. Before starting his own company, Nikolas studied jazz composition, piano and business administration... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:40 - 12:50 CET
Gallery 3 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

12:45 CET

Beyond streaming - the rise of AI+HI virtual assistants in the upcoming internet of emotions era
In a soon-to-be fully-digitized world, people will be confronted with an ocean of choices in consumption across music, movies, video-games, books, shopping, leisure, employment, well-being, sports, relationships, etc. Personal virtual assistants will become vital to meet the demands of the consumers of tomorrow, seamlessly guiding them in real time to tailor-made content recommendation according to their emotions, personality, social contexts and health status. Because of its emotional intelligence, Musimap’s game-changing HI + AI powered technology represents the trust engine and compass that will navigate people in the upcoming Internet of Emotions era, allowing them to enjoy an enriched life closer to their emotions.

Speakers
avatar for Vincent Favrat

Vincent Favrat

CEO, Musimap
Berlin-based Swiss serial entrepreneur Vincent Favrat is the CEO of Belgian music cognitive technologies company Musimap, Co-founder of Just Temptation, head of advisory board of MOD Devices (smart effect box) and advisor for Qwest TV (by Quincy Jones & Reza Ackbaraly). In his early... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 12:45 - 13:05 CET
Gallery 4 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

13:00 CET

Netting Z - How to market music to young millenials and those who sit outside traditional media?
In order to prepare for the future of music, we need to understand the behaviour of the newest generation of digital natives, the famed Gen Z’s. The new, younger millennials are those aged up to age 19 and have dramatically different behaviours to their older millennial counterparts. Their content, social media and technology consumption will catalyse and bring some of the biggest changes in consumption that the music industry has ever seen. This keynote will attempt to touch base on how to market to them and explore the platforms where they digitally live. 

Speakers
avatar for Chiara Michieletto

Chiara Michieletto

Digital Marketing Executive, Music Ally
Chiara Michieletto is Digital Marketing Executive at Music Ally. In her role, she works closely with and advises various companies in the music industry such as Blue Raincoat Music/Chrysalis Records, through which she has been helping to promote artists such as Cigarettes After Sex... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 13:00 - 13:15 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

13:00 CET

Interactive, Immersive, Live: The Future of the Music Experience
The music video is a storytelling medium with a rich history and longstanding role in pop culture. The explosive potential of immersive and interactive formats — from live concerts in VR to AR videos — suggests that digital music experience is on its way to new heights as a contemporary art form. This panel will explore the all-new ways to hear, experience and conceptualise music across virtual and real dimensions. How is VR/AR changing conventional music video production? What does the future hold for music as a vehicle for spatial, visual and haptic storytelling? What might the guidelines for creating these experiences look like? Where will we watch them, and why? 


Moderators
avatar for AC Coppens

AC Coppens

Owner/CEO, The Marketing Catalysts
AC founded THE MARKETING CATALYSTS to boost the development of innovative and creative players across multiple digital media sectors from Film through VR/AR/MxR to Music & Sound, with a focus on the specific challenges of entering new markets. AC also mentors interactive projects... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Michael Liebe

Michael Liebe

CEO / Founder, Booster Space / VR NOW Con
Michael Liebe is CEO and founder of Booster Space – an event specialist and developer for games and virtual reality. Makers of #gamesweekberlin, VR NOW Con (for VRBB), Game Cinema and Womenize! Tech, Biz, Media. Booster Space is developer of DUEL VR – a Western themed multiplayer... Read More →
avatar for Adina Popescu

Adina Popescu

Founder & CEO, SnowblackVR
Adina Popescu is a philosopher and entrepreneur, creating platforms that integrate nascent technology in order to generate impact and to empower bottom-up movements. She is currently working on a 4D Immersive Climate Change Platform called EARTH that is running on BLOCKCHAIN, “because... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 13:00 - 13:40 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

13:00 CET

Adaptive Game Sound - An Introduction to designing audible content for a nonlinear medium
In this workshop we look at the differences between a linear medium like movies or audio plays and a nonlinear medium like video games. Sound design for games should be adaptive to the player's behaviour to get him an intensive and immersive gameplay feeling. We also examine the techniques provided by middleware like fmod Studio not only to create event-based ingame sound design but also adaptive music which reacts on the states of a game always referring to the players' interactions.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Raters

Christian Raters

Founder & CEO, Lyrebird Game + Audio GmbH
Christian Raters is the founder and CEO of Lyrebird Game + Audio GmbH, a game audio and game development company based in Berlin (Riverside Studios) that specializes in sound design, recording & mixing, adaptive game sound implementation, 3D audio, restoration, game design and development.In... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 13:00 - 14:00 CET
Gallery 3 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

14:30 CET

Transforming Lives: The Impact of MusicTech
The rise of digital technology has changed the way how we produce, distribute and consume music but there is more to it. People with different physical abilities who are unable to play conventional musical instruments have the same desires to express themselves in a creative musical way, like anyone else does with a love to music. Music technology in the hands of creative minds who research, develop and collaborate on new musical interfaces and instruments make music accessible for people with special needs. Music Technology can ultimately make music more inclusive, involving everyone in a participative way.

Speakers
avatar for Matthias Strobel

Matthias Strobel

CEO / President, MusicTech Germany
Matthias Strobel is a bridge builder for music-tech. In 2012, he co-founded the music-tech startup Nagual Sounds but left the company in 2015. His passion for music and the great possibilities of new technologies led him to join Music Tech Fest afterwards, for which he works as a... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 14:30 - 14:50 CET
Gallery 4 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

14:30 CET

State of the Capital - What makes a great ecosystem for innovation in audio and music?

What does the international music start-up landscape currently look like and where is it heading? Why is there still so little innovation coming from the Music Industry itself? What makes a great start-up in the eyes of an investor and what can German entrepreneurs learn from successful international companies? Is capital the most important asset a start-up needs? These and other questions will be discussed by our panel of experts from one of the world's biggest major labels, the unique European music tech innovation incubator as well as the first German MusicTech accelerator.



Moderators
avatar for Derk Marseille

Derk Marseille

Head of content, Tothem
Derk Marseille leads the content team at Tothem. Tothem defines effective social media strategies and knows how to touch an audience with compelling stories using events, text, audio and video. We run campaigns and build tools. As their own media brand Tothem runs FridayatSix a talkshow... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Jon Eades

Jon Eades

Innovation Manager, Abbey Road Red
Jon Eades heads up Abbey Road’s new technology and innovation department, Abbey Road Red, managing the company’s incubation program for music tech start-ups, and working closely with researchers to investigate emerging technologies for music.A graduate of Surrey University’s... Read More →
avatar for Henric Hungerhoff

Henric Hungerhoff

Co-Founder, The Venue Berlin | Media Entrepreneurs
Henric is Co-Founder of The Venue Berlin, a music hub based in Berlin-Kreuzberg. He also works as the Executive Assistant to the CEO of Axel Springer, the leading digital publisher in Europe. Henric is a lawyer by training and admitted to the Berlin bar.
avatar for Andrés Lauer

Andrés Lauer

Digital Strategist, Universal Music
Andrés Lauer works as digital strategist and referent to the President & CEO Universal Music Central Europe und Deutsche Grammophon. He has specialized in strategy, marketing and media. After studies in Vienna, Mannheim and abroad he founded a publishing firm and worked as head... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 14:30 - 15:20 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

15:15 CET

Paradigm Shift: Bridging the Gender Gap

Because it’s 2017. 

Gladly leaving the rather general discussions on the matter behind, this panel brings together initiatives who have already made their mark in advancing Gender Equality in the Creative Industries. Very different in their individual approaches, our panelists will share their experiences in promoting Diversity Empowerment: From trying to secure funding to finding the right partners, the best way to reach out to artists and professionals to the question of the projects’ sustainability.

Join the dialogue and participate in the Paradigm Shift Round Table at MW:M #labs on November, 7th and during the Q & A session of this panel.

Verena Blättermann | VUT Music Industry Women
Caoimhe McAlister | We Make Waves Festival | Berlin, 9. - 11.11.2017
Nadja Radojevic | Erich-Pommer Institut sparkx 
Vanessa Reed | PRS of Music Foundation & #keychange 


Moderators
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Julia Korbik

Author, Freelance journalist, juliakorbik.com
Julia Korbik (*1988) is a freelance journalist and author based in Berlin. Her main topics are pop culture and politics from a feminist point of view. In 2014 her book Stand Up. Feminismus für Anfänger und Fortgeschrittene (engl. Stand Up.Feminism for beginners and advanced... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Verena Blättermann

Verena Blättermann

Referentin für Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und politische Kommunikation, Verband Unabhängiger Musikunternehmen e.V.
Nach dem Abitur und einem einjährigen USA-Aufenthalt studierte Verena Blättermann Sprache, Kultur, Translation (B.A.) an der Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz und verbrachte Auslandssemester in Spanien und Schweden. Sie absolvierte Praktika im Auswärtigen Amt, in der Senatskanzlei... Read More →
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Caoimhe McAlister

Co-Founder, We Make Waves Festival
avatar for Nadja Radojevic

Nadja Radojevic

CEO, Erich Pommer Institut
Nadja ist Geschäftsführerin & Direktorin Weiterbildung beim Erich Pommer Institut gGmbH.


Wednesday November 8, 2017 15:15 - 15:50 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

15:25 CET

Art Fiction - The Speculative Future of Art, Music and Technology
Moritz Simon Geist throws all predictions on “market development” and “consumer behaviour” overboard and enters the speculative domain of “Art Fiction”.
In his 25-minute talk, he presents absurd devices-of-the-future and imaginary products for the yet unknown needs of our future self. This happens in the cross section of society and art - for a world in which brain interfaces, body enhancement and nanorobots (finally!) have become everyday items.
Without concern for feasibility and usability, an unbiased and critical view of current techniques and technological tendencies is formed.

Speakers
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Moritz Simon Geist

Artist & Robotics Engineer, Sonic Robots
Moritz Simon Geist aka Sonic Robots is a musician, maker and robotics engineer. He works on the progression of music and robots and has a background both as a classical musician and a robotics engineer, with an expertise in prototyping technologies and 3D-printing. Geist’s projects... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 15:25 - 15:50 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

15:25 CET

My passion for Europe
How can I get active for Europe - and why should I? On November 10-11 the civil society initiatives ‘A soul for Europe’ and ‘Cities for Europe’ host the ‘A Soul for Europe’ conference 2017 under the slogan ‘Who assumes responsibility for Europe?’ The main idea of the event is that citizens living in the cities and regions across the continent are the real owners of Europe and that their responsibility must be strengthened. But how can I do that?

Speakers
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Kit Holden

Freier Journalist- Mitglied der Basisgruppe “Wir sind Europa”, A Soul for Europe / Wir sind Europa
Kit Holden ist ein in Berliner lebender freier Journalist aus Großbritannien. Er schreibt hauptsächlich aber nicht ausschließlich über deutschen und englischen Fußball für die Daily Mail, den Tagesspiegel und die AFP. Als überzeugter Europäer hat er sich an mehreren Anti-Brexit... Read More →
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Maria Pia di Nonno

A Soul for Europe
Maria Pia Di Nonno is a PhD student in History of Europe at ‘Sapienza’ University of Rome and member of “A Soul for Europe” Strategic Group. Her research is focused on the history of the European integration process and in particular on the role of women. Previously, she has... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 15:25 - 15:55 CET
Gallery 2 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

15:45 CET

Music in VR - making collaboration sound awesome
Yuli has collaborated with visual artists, programmers, musicians, dancers, engineers, cars, and fire, all in the name of pushing boundaries in how we experience music and sound. VR is the latest chapter in a long history of such mediums, and presents some of the most fascinating opportunities to date, as will be explored in this talk, using Yuli’s latest project, Horizons VR, as an example.

Speakers
avatar for Yuli Levtov

Yuli Levtov

Director, Reactify Music LLP
Yuli is an audio engineer, producer, and programmer focussing on interactive, reactive, and generative forms of music. He is co-founder of Reactify, specialising in dynamic music projects, and Horizons Studio, which aims to reimagine how music can be experienced in VR.


Wednesday November 8, 2017 15:45 - 16:25 CET
Gallery 4 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

16:00 CET

Coffee Break Sessions: MOST WANTED: CONNECTION - A Sensory Dialogue Experiment
Break beyond the walls that confine you by taking part in MOST WANTED: CONNECTION. Bring the you behind the pitch and further your goals through human means. Can we drive better business by focusing on people? In this 1 hour session, you will explore and connect with others across the industry through surprising ways. Escape numbing business pitches, enhance exchange, and inspire new perspectives.

Speakers
avatar for Felipe Duarte

Felipe Duarte

Facilitator, Coach & Consultant, Duarte & Wienbeck Consulting
Felipe's activities conspire to evolve how we relate to each other, to our personal narratives and to ultimate effect, how we design our social contracts. His aim is to empower managers, executives and employees to see themselves as creators of collective realities, supporting them... Read More →
avatar for Daniel Ospina

Daniel Ospina

Organisation Design Facilitator, Conductal
Daniel has spent his life exploring how organisations can create wonder. His journey has led him to facilitate workshops for the Danish Government, design for astronauts on-board the European Space Station, manage innovation processes at The Fat Duck Group, research at the Experimental... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 16:00 - 16:50 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

17:00 CET

From Unsound to the Symphony of Silence
Nik will speak about his latest sound installation "Infra Ultra" which is approaching the concept of an unsound system. "Unsound denotes a sonic frontier zone; a borderline at the fuzzy periphery of auditory perception, where sound is inaudible yet still capable of producing neuro-affects or physiological resonances, modulating both thought and the body" (Goodman, 2017). For Infra Ultra he recorded inaudible noises such as those emanating from bats, insects, wind turbines and electronic devices, pitching them into the bandwidth of human audibility (from 20Hz - 20kHz) and thus illuminating a hidden parallel reality. For his project, "Symphony of Silence", he travelled to North Korea in August 2017 to propose a piece of music based on the idea of anti-sound conceptualized for the site of the demarcation line between North and South Korea.

Speakers
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Nik Nowak

(Klang-)Künstler, Musiker, Kurator, Freischaffender Künstler
Nik Nowak (1981 in Mainz geboren) studierte von 2002–07 Kunst an der Universität der Künste Berlin, war Meisterschüler von Prof. Lothar Baumgarten und besuchte 2007 die Bildhauerklasse von Xiang Jing an der Shanghai Normal University. 2007 wurde ihm das Georg-Meistermann-Stipendium... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 17:00 - 17:15 CET
Cinema Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

17:00 CET

YouTube: No Money, Mo Problems
YouTube is one the most powerful, at the same time most controversial music marketing resources of our time. Although creators have a hard time monetizing their content, we use YouTube every day to connect to our fans or to enjoy music ourselves. Just like the other large social media platforms, YouTube works based on a complicated algorithm that ranks content according to numerous factors – but do we really know why a video appears at the top of the search results or gets recommended to users (or not)? This talk will shed light on the YouTube algorithm and explain some of its most important aspects when it comes to marketing on the platform. Steffen Geldner will introduce a selection of paid and organic ways of optimizing your video content in favor of the algorithm, so that hopefully your videos or channels will be ranked higher in the future (and maybe you will even earn a lil’ mo’ money).


Präsentiert von der Popakademie Baden-Württemberg

Speakers
avatar for Steffen Geldner

Steffen Geldner

Project Manager Digital Innovation, Popakademie Baden-Württemberg
Steffen Geldner works as a Project Manager for Digital Innovation at Popakademie Baden Württemberg, University of Popular Music and Music Business, in Mannheim. Among others, he is responsible for the studies of the Bachelor courses in Music Business with a focus on digital topics... Read More →



Wednesday November 8, 2017 17:00 - 17:20 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

17:25 CET

Interactive Audio Entertainment: Reinventing Radio

How convenient when you can choose the length of your radio news: a 5 minute long summary or the entire story or anything else in between! But this is not the only new format interactive radio has to offer when it comes to users designing their own audio experiences. What happens to musical content when content gets reactive, how are playlists affected and how do IoT devices fit in with their speech detection possibilities? What scenarios are we looking at in terms of listening environments and contexts like in-car and in-store entertainment or AR shopping tools? A lot to ponder within this fascinating session on latest interactive audio entertainment, so be sure to come by.


Speakers
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Tony Churnside

Technologist, BBC/Various
Tony Churnside is a radio and audio expert, digital innovator and deliverer of successful, high impact digital firsts. He creates new audience experiences by leveraging technology in novel ways. Tony is internationally recognised as an expert in object based television and radio programme... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 17:25 - 18:05 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

17:30 CET

Sound & Space: Exploring the Depths of Spatial Sound and New Media Experiences

Sound & Space:  Exploring the Depths of Spatial Sound and New Media Experiences

3D audio technologies are rapidly entering all kinds of media. Virtual reality applications are only the most recent area where spatial sound gained much popularity, and many other fields have been using spatial sound since many years, e.g. music composition, production and live performances, theater, exhibition design, sound art, film, and radio drama. Hence, different perspectives on spatial sound have been developed, even on key concepts and ideas. What is spatial sound? Why should we care? Which kinds of sonic spaces can be designed, and how do they relate? What is the purpose of using spatial sound? What are the various approaches to create spaces and narrative places? How does the spatiality of sound help us to make sense of our media experiences? 


Moderators
avatar for Thomas Koch

Thomas Koch

Project Manager Audio, Researcher, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institut HHI
Since 2007, Thomas Koch works as a sound engineer and researcher on, both, the technical and artistic side of spatial audio and immersive audiovisual media. In 2010, he joined Fraunhofer Institute for Telecommunications (Heinrich Hertz Institute) to investigate new uses of 3D-Audio... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Steffen Armbruster

Steffen Armbruster

Founder & CEO, Usomo
Steffen works in the field of immersive spacial media installations. For many years, he has been responsible for the production of numerous visual installations worldwide. He produced for Q-Bus the 360 ° interactive real time installation for Deutsche Telekom at the IFA in Berlin... Read More →
avatar for Marie Havemann

Marie Havemann

Composer, Sound Designer, Audio Engineer, Viciousonic, Sandbox Interactive
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Johannes Scherzer

Sound Scenographer, MNTN
Working in the fields of spatial media, film, and scenography, Johannes creates 3D sound experiences for exhibitions, brand environments and events. Drawing from his practice as sound designer and re-recording mixer, he later began developing software tools enabling sound designers... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 17:30 - 18:10 CET
Gallery 2 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

18:30 CET

MW:M #nights: The VR Club Experience
A showcase of a number of projects which create virtual reality experiences for music clubs which you will be able to try out on a VR setup. The corresponding panel will be taking place 9th November at the "Stadt Nach Acht" convention by Clubcommission Berlin. There all projects will be presented and the origins and goals of the productions will be discussed ´with the developers.


Moderators
avatar for Aubrey Heichemer

Aubrey Heichemer

Immersive Artist, Brass Braids / Ambient Spheres
Aubrey Heichemer is an Immersive artist working with the collective Brass Braids. Her project Soundscape is a Virtual Reality experience which allows users to engage with sound as an object to create a singular meditative experience.
avatar for Byrke Lou

Byrke Lou

Art Direction, Studio Byrke Lou
Byrke Lou grew up in the Berlin clubbing scene. She studied physics, electro acoustic composition and digital media and worked in research institutes across Europe. She holds a B.Sc. in Physics, where she specialized in complex systems and a M.A. in Digital Media.Byrke Lou travelled... Read More →
avatar for Julia Parchimowicz

Julia Parchimowicz

Digital Artist, Xi
Julia Parchimowicz is a Polish born digital artist, living and working in Berlin. Coming from a background in UI & communication design, she was awarded Best Design Master's Project in Poland in 2016 for her work about language awareness. With digital paintings & projections she executes... Read More →
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Géromina Sauerwein

Interactive Design, White Noise – VR Music Experience
Géromina is glad to show her final project from my Interactive Design studies. White Noise — VR Music Experience is a project in cooperation with Géro Sauerwein [Interactive Design] Emil Determann [3D Modeling] and Gil Berman [Music]. In this VR Music Experience the user is... Read More →
avatar for Terryn Tycho

Terryn Tycho

Founder / Lead-developer, EntroPi Games / Vinyl Reality
Founder and lead-developer at EntroPi Games. Currently working on Vinyl Reality, the first DJ application build from the ground up for Virtual Reality.

Wednesday November 8, 2017 18:30 - 21:00 CET
Foyer Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin

19:00 CET

MW:M #nights: Soft Manipulator
SOFT MANIPULATOR  (2017) is a playful interactive installation where the audience experiments with rhythms, mechanics and everyday items. Everyday items like glasses as well as small music instruments are placed on a light table. Also on the table are seven robotic mechanic devices, which can be manipulated interactively by the audience. The six robotic mechanics beat the objects, creating a constantly changing polyrhytmic web of sound and rhythm.

"Simon Moritz Geist’s new work 'Soft Manipulator', continues to explore the black box of electronic sound production by laying out an array of everyday objects and mini-robots, which acoustically interact with these objects,
on the flat surface of a metal table. As in his previous well-know robot installation "MR 808 Interactive Drum Machine", the audience can control this interaction, this time by means of easily manipulating objects and knobs which
require no particular expertise to operate. Thus the installation supports and inherent desire for experimentation and sound - in a playful way with everyday objects and mechanical robots." (Jessica Buskirk)

Speakers
avatar for Moritz Simon Geist

Moritz Simon Geist

Artist & Robotics Engineer, Sonic Robots
Moritz Simon Geist aka Sonic Robots is a musician, maker and robotics engineer. He works on the progression of music and robots and has a background both as a classical musician and a robotics engineer, with an expertise in prototyping technologies and 3D-printing. Geist’s projects... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2017 19:00 - 21:00 CET
Gallery 1 Haus Ungarn // Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 9 // 10178 Berlin
 
Thursday, November 9
 

11:30 CET

The VR Club Experience
A showcase of projects, which create virtual reality experiences for music clubs and discussion of the productions’ origins and goals with the developers and producers. Some projects will be presented in lightening talks, others through video or interviews. All projects will be available for the audience to try out on a VR setup in the presentation space.

http://stadt-nach-acht.de/panels-2017/

Moderators
avatar for Aubrey Heichemer

Aubrey Heichemer

Immersive Artist, Brass Braids / Ambient Spheres
Aubrey Heichemer is an Immersive artist working with the collective Brass Braids. Her project Soundscape is a Virtual Reality experience which allows users to engage with sound as an object to create a singular meditative experience.
avatar for Julia Parchimowicz

Julia Parchimowicz

Digital Artist, Xi
Julia Parchimowicz is a Polish born digital artist, living and working in Berlin. Coming from a background in UI & communication design, she was awarded Best Design Master's Project in Poland in 2016 for her work about language awareness. With digital paintings & projections she executes... Read More →
avatar for Géromina Sauerwein

Géromina Sauerwein

Interactive Design, White Noise – VR Music Experience
Géromina is glad to show her final project from my Interactive Design studies. White Noise — VR Music Experience is a project in cooperation with Géro Sauerwein [Interactive Design] Emil Determann [3D Modeling] and Gil Berman [Music]. In this VR Music Experience the user is... Read More →
avatar for Terryn Tycho

Terryn Tycho

Founder / Lead-developer, EntroPi Games / Vinyl Reality
Founder and lead-developer at EntroPi Games. Currently working on Vinyl Reality, the first DJ application build from the ground up for Virtual Reality.

Speakers
avatar for Byrke Lou

Byrke Lou

Art Direction, Studio Byrke Lou
Byrke Lou grew up in the Berlin clubbing scene. She studied physics, electro acoustic composition and digital media and worked in research institutes across Europe. She holds a B.Sc. in Physics, where she specialized in complex systems and a M.A. in Digital Media.Byrke Lou travelled... Read More →



Thursday November 9, 2017 11:30 - 13:00 CET
Stadt nach Acht @ Musik & Frieden Falckensteinstraße 48, 10997 Berlin