Deep Wireless To Go
Create a DIY Deep Wireless experience from the comfort of your own home! Here’s how…
1) Listen to some of the audio archives from the last three conferences, with this year’s archives on the way. My personal highlights include Chris Brookes’ keynote “Radio from Where I’m Standing” (2008), Gregory Whitehead’s keynote “Night Birds and Skull Songs – deep wireless notes on the strange fate of voice, off ” (2009), and last year’s keynote by Charles Stankievech (2010).
1a) Optional: invite the broadest collection possible of audio-related people over to listen with you: sound engineers, radio dramatists, news reporters, show hosts, audio art installationists, fm receiver tinkerers, public radio producers, musicians, spoken word artists, and people with or without actual ears. This is one reason this conference is so unique – it brings together such a vast swath of sound folks and interests in one place. Have tiny brownies or granola bars on hand – all audio people seem to appreciate sweets (healthy or not).
2) Read through The Radio Art Companion, for your audio art know-how. (We really should have read this a couple years ago, eh Jenn?)
3) Download the Deep Wireless 8 CD, perfect for playing on a 100 degree day, huddled next to your small AC unit while drinking iced tea. Or, you know, wherevs.
4) Browse our Facebook album of photos from this year’s conference.