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Sentralbadet - 26/10/2016 to 15/12/2016

Petition - Make Sentralbadet a House for the Stage Arts in Bergen Now
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BIT Teatergarasjen and Carte Blanche need our support! Please read more and sign the petition here.

The petition is available in Norwegian and English.

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Bergen Offentlige Bibliotek med flere - 09/03/2016 to 30/03/2016

Radio Space @ Borealis
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borealisfestival is on Mixlr

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BEK - 14/11/2015 to 15/11/2015

ATK for Reaper - beta 6
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A new version of Ambisonic Toolkit for Reaper has ben released. This version fixes an issue where the name of the plugins would be pretty useless in REAPER 5.

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Stetson University, DeLand, Florida - 20/07/2015 to 24/07/2015

Jamoma DSP developer workshop
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In July five of the Jamoma developers met up for a one-week workshop at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida. The workshop targeted further development and use of the C++ libraries.

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Landmark - 24/06/2015 to 25/06/2015

Three Mixers Concert Landmark
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An evening of expressive Live-electronics and visuals by Tijs Ham, Bjornar Habbestad & Birk Nygård. The turbulances within the tubes of the flute are matched by the complex behaviors of feedback mixers. And if this isn’t enough… we also have lasers!

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#MTFScandi, Uneå - 29/05/2015 to 01/06/2015

ATK Reaper at MusicTechFest Scandi
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Trond Lossius will present Ambisonic Toolkit for Reaper at #MTFScandi.

Music Tech Fest is the free festival of music ideas, mixing performances and experiments, hacks, demos, and installations. Since 2012 Music Tech Fest has been redefining how music is perceived, performed and experienced. It is now time to build some new formats for music.

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Landmark - 11/04/2015 and Trykkeriet - 11/04/2015

Material Vision – Silent Reading
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Material Vision – Silent Reading is a film and series of prints by Espen Sommer Eide, based on the creation of new musical instruments and a performance developed on Bear Island. Exhibition opening at Trykkeriet, and filmscreening at Landmark.

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