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2002 - 2003(Edit)

RadioMatic - workshop audio streaming - (Jérôme Joy, Ralf Homann) :(Edit)

Villa Arson Nice, Bauhaus Universität Weimar


WWW archives : : archives 2003


RadioMatic est la contraction de Radio et d'Automatique en traduction anglaise. Le projet a consisté entre 2002 et 2003 en la construction d'une radio permanente automatique diffusée en streaming on-line 24h/24h.

RadioMatic comes from Radio and Automatic. The project is the construction of an automatic continuous streaming online "radio", with the challenge of a non-stop broadcasting. In 2002|2003, this project was issued from an educational collaboration between RadioStudio / Bauhaus-University of Weimar (Ral Homann) and AudioLab / Art School Villa Arson Nice (Jerome Joy), with co-operations of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Art Schools of Aix-en-Provence / Avignon / Marseille. The project concerned the development of the client/server on-line mixing tool STREAPS programmed by radiostudio.org from Weimar.




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