An interactive media exhibition provides aural immersion and potential therapeutic benefits.

One can rest easy about the fate of the remix, as artists are constantly seeking new ways to push remix culture into new territory. Oftentimes,they do so by reimagining the interface by which one can cut and mash up (like such novel projects as the VJacket and Karina Van Heck's internal organ mixing desk), and the latest experiment in embodied remix interfaces is even more ambitious than previous forays. Jay Vidyarthi and Darwin Frost have designed the Sonic Cradle that enables users to mix a soundscape using their breath alone.

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