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Hacker Music Workshop + Jam Session

Hacker Jam Session at Urban ReThink

Location

Urban ReThink
625 E Central Blvd
Orlando, FL 32801
Apr 29 2012 12:00p - 8:30p

Come spend a Sunday afternoon making your own sound device or musical instrument. We start at noon, work until 5PM, take a dinner break then come back at 6PM for a jam session.

Hacker Jam Session - 6pm

FamiLAB Contact Mic Workshop - CMKT 4

Location

FamiLAB
1355 Bennett Drive Unit 129
Longwood, FL 32750
Feb 25 2012 2:00p - 5:00p

Join the members of the circuit-bent rock band CMKT4 for a workshop on building your very own EconoMIC Bottle Cap Contact Microphone (from Creme DeMentia). CMKT4 will show you how to solder up a piezo-electric pickup and house it sturdily in a recycled bottle-cap housing of their own design! Stick around for a set from the band as the tool-handle dip on your freshly built contact microphone dries. Additional take-home kits and other surprises will be available, come build a mic and see and hear some of the circuit-bent instruments you've read about on http://www.GetLofi.com up close. Bring your own instruments and objects to amplify!

Camp Maitres Tambour Afric!

Location

Sertoma Youth Ranch
85 Myers Rd (between Orlando & Tampa)
Brooksville, FL 34602
Phone: 407-574-2941
Mar 15 2012 5:00p Mar 18 2012 - 2:00p

Record Player that plays a tree's rings

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Clearly using samples of a piano when it hits an area of contrast. The comment thread on Vimeo is great.

YEARS from Bartholomäus Traubeck on Vimeo.

A record player that plays slices of wood.
Modified record player, wood, sleeves. 2011

Thanks to: Pro-ject Audio, Karla Spiluttini, Ivo Francx, Rohol

www.traubeck.com

Bring to Orlando: HATCH Experience

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When I found out about this, it made me think of the same kind of thing I would like to see grow out of Florida Creatives - something multi-disciplinary, and not just focused on talking heads, but that inspires people to make things:

HATCH is a biannual four-day experience that energizes creative professionals and thought leaders who are serious about transforming their ideas and talents into bold action, while inspiring others to do the same.

Catherine Templeton

About Me

Name: 
Catherine Templeton
Bio: 
I am a jeweler and a self-representing artist. I create OOAK artisan jewelry. My husband and I also play steel drums (we are master panners,) we call ourselves SteelBaroque - because we are. LOL! My main interest in joining this group is to find local like-minded individuals and events/venues for our art/music. I've lived in Florida since 1974. We've lived many different places around Northern and Central Florida: Sopchoppy, Yulee, Forrest Corners, Spring Hill, DeLand, and now 3 miles behind Cinderella's Castle (Winter Garden.)
Skills: 
crafting, gem setting, bead stringing, theatrical arts, musician, performance, public speaking, teaching,
Interests: 
jewelry, steel drums, photography, theatre, music, cooking, reading,
Birthday: 
June 26th

Grooveshark

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Our friends from LessAccounting, LessConf, etc have now launched LessFilms.com, and one of their videos is about Florida-based, VC-backed startup Grooveshark.

Grooveshark.com is an online music search engine, music streaming service and music recommendation web app.

Animatronics Experimenter's Kit

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Aaron Fecther, creator of Showbiz Pizza's Rockafire Explosion, sells a kit for making a talking head animatronic robot. In this example he uses an air compressor, a light switch and a cassette deck to control the performance - exactly the same technology he used in the 1970s. A lot of people in the YouTube comments ask about using computers or MIDI, and I'm sure this is possible as well.

You can buy the kits from http://www.aaronskit.com

New Instrument: Dijbass

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