MusicTestLab - Slow TV

How do researchers prepare for a large data collection in a public venue? During this MusicTestLab, RITMO researchers will try out setups before the big MusicLab Copenhagen. This event will take shape of a Slow TV show with a global stream lasting for hours featuring live commentary and interviews with researchers.


As opposed to previous MusicLab events, this event is a public "behind the scenes" event. The idea is for RITMO researchers to try out moving and setting up a lot of equipment in a short period of time in a public space. This is necessary to see how feasible it is to use a similar setup at a large concert during MusicLab Copenhagen. The event is live-streamed, and it is not possible to attend the event physically because of the current corona measures.

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09:00 Get-in
10:00 Welcome and live commenting on set-up
With Simon Høffding, Alexander Refsum Jensenius, Solveig Sørbø
12:00 Short performance and data collection
14:30 Rig down with live commenting

End of program



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Tags: MusicLab, Slow TV, live research, Open Science, music research
Published Oct. 15, 2020 11:08 AM - Last modified Oct. 26, 2020 2:55 PM