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Title
Music Technology toughs.
Documental
Dateline
14/12/2011
Published
14/02/2012
Location
Barcelona
Source
Barcelona Center News
Format
HD Broadcast Quality
Pete Tong. It’s fair to say that Pete Tong’s history is intertwined with the history of acid house and electronic music itself. His career mirrors the story of dance music over the last 25 years. A true renaissance man, Pete has never been about one thing and 2011 represents a significant milestone.

David Haynes. Online music media specialist focused on the changing business models and new technologies in the present and future digital music ecosystem.

Xavier Serra is Associate Professor of the Department of Information and Communication Technologies and Director of the Music Technology Group at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. After a multidisciplinary academic education he obtained a PhD in Computer Music from Stanford University in 1989 with a dissertation on the spectral processing of musical sounds that is considered a key reference in the field.

Sergi Jordà is a professor of digital arts at the Audiovisual Institute of the Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain. He researches computer music and created an electronic instrument, the reactable, which was used on a world tour by Icelandic singer Björk.

Dominique Young Unique. At 19 years old, this explosive rapper is heading for world domination. At just over twelve years old, Dominique made her debut on the local scene in Tampa, Florida. The first thing that stood out from her mixtapes was the natural born self-confidence that has taken her onto stages around the world and to the studio of David Alexander, the producer of Yo!Majesty, among others. Banging tracks like “Show My Ass” and “The World Is Mine” are a frantically juicy preview of what is yet to come. When booty house and hip-hop come into contact, Dominique shines like a star.

Annie Mac. Born and bred in Dublin to a family immersed in musicality, Annie left home at 17 to attend Queens University in Belfast, where she was bitten by the clubbing bug after visiting the city's legendary Shine club nights. Inspired to purchase her first set of decks, Annie taught herself to mix using old funk and soul records bought from local charity shops. Following a stint as part of Shine's marketing team and four months living in Manhattan, Annie made the move to London, working simultaneously as a TV and Radio plugger, a freelance Broadcasting Assistant and a presenter for the SBN, before she approached Radio 1.

Benji B is one of the UK's most respected DJs. Renowned worldwide for his radio shows and club sets alike, he's amassed a fanbase who have come to see him as a leader in the future and soulful music movement, mixing the genres of hip hop, house, soul, funk, dubstep, and more, seamlessly taking his audience from one genre to the next.

Enric Palau co-director of one of electronic music's biggest festivals "Sonar".
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