Ubiquitous music (ubimus) is an interdisciplinary area of research that lies at the intersection of music, computer science, education, creativity studies, and engineering. The emergence of ubimus is disruptive in the sense that it has enabled a variety of new ways in which a person can participate in creative musical activities. An initial research goal was to evaluate how, in parallel to the field of ubicomp, portable devices, the internet, and new modes of interaction were shaping music making. The adopted approach embraced all forms of creative practice. The manifesto made a very simple demarcation of ubimus: In practice, Ubiquitous Music is music (or musical activities) supported by ubiquitous computing (or ubicomp) concepts and technology. One of the common uses of the term is related to the ubiquitousness of music, that is, how music and music consumption are permanently present in daily life. This research direction is, quite naturally, dominated by studies in popular music and culture.

The ecologies of ubimus / Lazzarini, Victor; Keller, Damian; Otero, Nuno; Turchet, Luca. - (2020).

The ecologies of ubimus.

Turchet, Luca
2020-01-01

Abstract

Ubiquitous music (ubimus) is an interdisciplinary area of research that lies at the intersection of music, computer science, education, creativity studies, and engineering. The emergence of ubimus is disruptive in the sense that it has enabled a variety of new ways in which a person can participate in creative musical activities. An initial research goal was to evaluate how, in parallel to the field of ubicomp, portable devices, the internet, and new modes of interaction were shaping music making. The adopted approach embraced all forms of creative practice. The manifesto made a very simple demarcation of ubimus: In practice, Ubiquitous Music is music (or musical activities) supported by ubiquitous computing (or ubicomp) concepts and technology. One of the common uses of the term is related to the ubiquitousness of music, that is, how music and music consumption are permanently present in daily life. This research direction is, quite naturally, dominated by studies in popular music and culture.
2020
Ubiquitous Music Ecologies
Londra
Routledge
Lazzarini, Victor; Keller, Damian; Otero, Nuno; Turchet, Luca
The ecologies of ubimus / Lazzarini, Victor; Keller, Damian; Otero, Nuno; Turchet, Luca. - (2020).
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