Share - Hosting Open Jams Every Sunday
Share is an open jam, not just for digirati, but for all new culture lovers. Participants bring their portable equipment, plug into our system, improvise on each others' signal and perform live audio and video. We furnish the amplification and projection. Share happens every Sunday in New York City at The (OA) Can Factory
, 232 3rd Street, 3rd Floor, Brooklyn from 8 to Midnight.
How do I get there? (follow this link for directions)
8 to Midnight: open jams and walk-in sets
: Prepared and spontaneous music from eight plus simultaneous performers. This is the time and place to perform a piece of music you've written and hear it on a large sound system, improvise spontaneously with other participants, get feedback on your latest project or try out that new max patch/software setup. Bring your noise maker of choice and an XLR, quarter-inch or RCA cable to join.
: multi-user live video synthesis. Generating an immersive visual environment, in the SHARE tradition, in which multiple participants are able to jointly compose the video output. Try out and learn about new VJ wetware. As with the audio, walk-in sets are encouraged. Bring your clips or camera or laptop/amiga and VGA, S-Video, or RCA cables to join.
Celebrate our relaunch! This Sun, Feb 7th, SHARE.nyc is back @(OA) Can Factory after its security upgrade!!! Please join us for the happy occasion with the openjam through the night! Swing by anytime between 8pm - midnight!!
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