Ubiquitous music (“ubimus”) is a relatively new area of research, having developed from its embryonic stage in the mid 2000s to a multifaceted field of investigation. It arose out of the work of the Ubiquitous Music Group (g-ubimus), a research network encompassing information-technology and music practitioners from several Brazilian universities and partners in Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, England, and Australia. The group fostered the initial activities in ubimus by establishing a yearly international event, featuring the participation of multiple researchers from both peripheral and central countries—the Ubiquitous Music Workshops (UbiMus), held in Florianópolis, Brazil (2010), Vitória, Brazil (2011 and 2013), São Paulo, Brazil (2012), Porto Alegre, Brazil (2014), Växjö, Sweden (2015), São João del Rei, Brazil (2018), Marseille, France (2019), and Porto Seguro, Brazil (2020). A horizontal dialogue has encouraged an intense exchange of ideas and expertise among all the participants. The lack of prejudices regarding the geographical and cultural...
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April 05 2020
Editors' Notes: Geysers, Bacteria, Electricity, and a Flippin' Pompom
*Music Department Maynooth University Maynooth, Co. Kildare Ireland
†Núcleo Amazônico de Pesquisa Musical (NAP) Universidade Federal do Acre, Rio Branco, Brazil
Online ISSN: 1531-5169
Print ISSN: 0148-9267
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Computer Music Journal (2020) 44 (1): 6–16.
Victor Lazzarini, Damián Keller; Editors' Notes: Geysers, Bacteria, Electricity, and a Flippin' Pompom. Computer Music Journal 2020; 44 (1): 6–16. doi: https://doi.org/10.1162/comj_e_00549
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