These days, there are countless ways for creators to get their innovation on. DC's Bluebrain (bluebra.in/) are a perfect example of how artists are using technology in fascinating ways. Last year's The National Mall and this fall's Listen to the Light are Bluebrain's location-aware albums that trigger sounds based upon where in The National Mall and Central Park, respectively, you and your smartphone are strolling. We'll be screening a short documentary on the making of Listen to the Light plus we'll have a conversation with Bluebrain and some special guests.
Chad Clark, Musician/Producer/Engineer
Hays Holladay, co-founder, Bluebrain
Ryan Holladay, Musician, Bluebrain
Chris Richards, Pop Music Critic, Washington Post (interviewer)
This panel was recorded live in Washington, DC at Georgetown University on October 3, 2011 during Future of Music Coalition Policy Summit 2011.
Event website: futureofmusic.org/events/future-music-policy-summit-2011
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