Tuesday 19th June.
I was in sound check for a while, so i missed Warren's keynote presentation and Alex Thorogood's paper presentation - both of which i had been looking forward to. Nonetheless, it was good to meet Alex (whose blog i have been flicking through of late).
I thoroughly enjoyed Danielle Wilde's hipDisk presentation. This quirky musical interface certainly has a charm to it, due to its simplicity and comical nature.
I liked Sonia Wilkie's piece Coagulate. It was to the point and concise. I also got into what I heard of Ross Bencina's set at the off-site show (though we arrived late).
Wednesday 20th June.
Andrew Sorensen's artist talk and live coding demonstration were impressive. I had heard of his environment but hadn't had a chance to take a look.
I found Warren's paper presentation on composition using cellular automation to be interesting.
Gordon Monro's Triangular Vibrations was inspirational in its pure approach and clean execution. Well done. I always seem to enjoy his works, and this was no exception.
Thursday 21st June.
The highlight of the whole conference for me was the keynote presentation / performance by Brad Garton and Luke DuBois.