| NET <=> FM, net audio distribution to non-computing devices|
|1. [lecture] NET.RADIO <=> FM and net audio content distribution to non-computing devices|
* net<=>fm, pirate radios and steraming tactial media:
(DFM/Amsterdam, Berlin pirate radio, net.radio workshop in Banff and others)
DFM (about themselves):
The sounds which make up our signal are free sounds and voices coming
from ALL over the world! From the most tribal sounds you can imagine to
the most alienated experimental noise, it's all being broadcasted here.
It comes as field recordings (cass./tapes), live-signals (by aether &
internet), by independent distribution (tapes/vinyl/cd's) and is performed
live. Numerous (sound-)artists share their creativity with us and there's
lots of live connections to events, the content is divers and ever changing.
We are cultivating audio-art since the beginning of the 80's and only in
1998 it first has been said that this artform is starting to become recognised
(..preferably with something visual to go with it :)."
- Berlin pirate radio
TWEN (mini) FM
this mini fm station exists since 1. feb 1999
- Streaming Media at N5M, March 1999
there was broadcasting in different independent Amsterdam media from various festival events and streaming media workshop (from radio studio, in Paradiso)- on TV, on the net - Real Audio Real Video, in Amsterdam's pirate radios.
DDS 1: Live from Small Room Paradiso
radio broadcast also via realmedia
- Irational Radio
The World Service ---> http://www.irational.org/radio/world_service/
- Frequency Clock
The installation encompasses a series of micro-fm transmitters attached to computers netcasting audio from around the world. Each FM transmitter is intended to be a physical representation of a discrete step in global time zones, the space between transmitters representing the transition between time zones. By traversing this space while wearing a FM receiver headset tuned to the micro-fm broadcast frequency, the "listener" becomes the variable component of a global net.radio tuning mechanism. Like the vital role a crystal plays in determining the receptor-bandwidth of the home-made radio, the variable component in the cybernetic tuner determines the receptor-bandwidth of the frequency clock.
The web project acts as a tuning apparatus, which switches between net.radio
stations, illustrating distinct phases of time, and providing an aural
portal into the frequency clock locations.
* DAB-digital audio box - net audio content distribution to non-computing devices:
“15 DAB Commandments“
POLICIES - 15 DAB Commandments (1995)
More about -> lecture by by Frank Fremerey at Berlin net.radio days’98
[net.art] '5 min before lunch'
screening of most interesting net.art and experimental projects:
3. [workshop] live real audio streaming
NET.RADIO PARTY in Tornio
Internet radio lecture and workshop closing event
Friday, May 28 at 19:00
in the basement of Tipula the Internet Radio class is holding a webcast party:
real audio & real video stream (starting 19:00)
- experimental music and sound art mixes (by net.radio workshop participants)
- real audio dj-ing (electronic&djs music from all over the world: techno-drum'n'base-acid jazz wibes-etc...)
- music mix: vinyls-cd-dat-..
chat at IRC.re-lab.net server, #xchange channel
NET.RADIO /lecture and workshop course/ 17-28.05.99, Tornio
by Rasa Smite and Raitis Smits, E-LAB/Riga