Building A Mobile Phone Ensemble

Building A Mobile Phone Ensemble
Design

In the University of Michigan course, Building a Mobile Phone Ensemble, students are learning to design, build, and play instruments on their iPhones.

Kyle Studstill
  • 8 december 2009

In the University of Michigan course, Building a Mobile Phone Ensemble, students are learning to design, build, and play instruments on their iPhones. The course is taught by computer scientist and musician Georg Essl, who has organized a public performance planned for December 9th in Ann Arbor. Essel comments on the evolving use of mobile devices as musical instruments:

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