Janvier Posted January 22, 2013 Share Posted January 22, 2013 A three member panel composed of John Paul Jones, Charles Hazlewood and Edward Williams has been appointed to judge the Soundbeam competition, the Bristol-based company has announced. “We're celebrating 25 years of making music with Soundbeam in 2013 and in order to mark the occasion we're inviting our global family of over 4,000 users to submit video examples of their Soundbeam work, to YouTube, with cash prizes for the best entries”, reads the announcement on the company’s website. Soundbeam is a hardware and software device which translates body movement into music and sound. The technology was first developed by composer Edward Williams as he wrote soundtrack music for the BBC in the late 1970s. It has found much larger application in areas such as the performing arts, education, special needs centres, schools and care homes. All works must be submitted to Soundbeam by April 12th, and the winners will be announced on May 3rd, 2013. Rules and conditions of the contest can be found on this page: http://www.soundbeam.co.uk/competition/ Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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