For us important aims are to present diverse practices, experiences, and approaches as well as to bring together different protagonists and players. Here we want to introduce you to our speakers.
The programme is now finalized. We invited submission of proposals that will showcase musical projects in education & art and new musical apps for musical expression in composition, performance and sound installation.
Meet our speakers here.
editor of CDM / Keynote Speaker
He’s the editor of CDM which has for over a decade been a daily resource for this information, as well as running the label Establishment and co-producing the MeeBlip synthesizer. He also contributed to the team that built and supports libpd, a free and open source version of Pure Data that works on mobile devices (and beyond). Born in Kentucky, he’s now based in Berlin.
What does it mean to be able to produce music anywhere? And what will that look like in the future?
music pedagogue and author
She has attended the first round of the certificate course tAPP (2015) training regarding music with apps in the cultural education. Since then Frauke has been running various app music projects for children and adults.
Music always attracts!
YouTuber from Sweden
With over twenty years of experience producing electronic music, he is now specializing in making music with apps made for iOS. For the past three years, he has been sharing his knowledge and experience of mobile music making through his YouTube channel, where he is teaching other iOS musicians how to make great music using mobile devices.
working with limitations and how optimise your workflow
Hari Karam Singh (London)
The international symposium is initialized and organized by the Research Center for Mobile Music Making & App Music (RCAM). The submissions are curated by the research associates Matthias Krebs and Marc Godau.
There he is one of the founders and leaders of the Research Center for Mobile Music Making & App Music (RCAM). Besides that, Krebs is in charge of running the certificate course DigiMediaL where musicians learn to effectively use social-media-strategies.
His research focuses on digital music technologies, music education, social media communications and continuing education.
Krebs is also the founder and leader of the DigiEnsemble Berlin a professional ensemble using mobile devices as the primary musical instrument.
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter der Forschungsstelle Appmusik
His scientific competencies lie within many fields of research, these include informal/ formal learning in music and art, learning with music technologies, teacher professionalization and the implementation of innovations into educational contexts. He did his PhD on group learning with informal music practices in school from a perspective of systemic constructivism (Grounded Theory).