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Over his career, Anderton has toured and recorded with the group Mandrake, wrote the seminal books Electronic Projects for Musicians and Home Recording for Musicians, foretold the rise of electronic dance music back in 1981, consulted for dozens of companies, and lectured on technology and the arts in 38 states, 10 countries, and in three languages.

Anderton created a mechanically programmable drum machine in 1970, invented multiband distortion, started the first media-rich website devoted exclusively to musicians in 1995 on AOL, and co-founded Electronic Musician magazine. He is currently working on a book series, "The Musician's Guide to Home Recording," for Hal Leonard..

Paul White is currently Editor In Chief of Sound on Sound magazine and has been with the company since 1991. Prior to that he was editor of Home & Studio Recording, a UK based magazine that he joined in 1984, shortly after its launch. Paul has also produced over 20 music technology text books including the Creative Recording series and The Producer's Manual, many of which are in daily use in colleges and universities around the world. A keen guitarist, Paul started his career in electronics with music and recording as a prime interest before moving into that area full time. His ambition for the future is to be around to see it!

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The community of people who work, play and create with MIDI The MIDI Association’s mission is to nurture an inclusive global community of people who create music and art with MIDI. The www.MIDI.org website is the central repository of information about anything related to MIDI technology, from classic legacy gear to next- gen protocols on the horizon.

Music journalist, historian, teacher, and performer Mark Vail is the author of The Synthesizer: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding, Programming, Playing, and Recording the Ultimate Electronic Music Instrument (2014), published by Oxford University Press, as well as Vintage Synthesizers(1993, 2000) and The Hammond Organ: Beauty in the B (1997, 2002), both from Backbeat Books. He holds an MFA in Electronic Music and Recording Media (Mills College, Oakland, California, 1983), was a member of the editorial staff at Keyboard magazine from 1988 to 2001, and has written for Sound On Sound, Arturia, Propellerhead Software, Moog Music, Korg, and Roland.
I’m a guitarist with formal training at the Jerusalem music academy (2001-2005), specializing in jazz guitar and composition for film, and with a masters degree in creative practice (2010-2011) from Goldsmiths University in south London. I release original songs, remixes for other artists, as well as producing singles and albums for musicians spanning folk, rock, soul and jazz, in London and in Tel Aviv. Winner of the AICF scholarship for two consecutive years (2003, 2004) I am also a founding member of the band Coolooloosh, which focused on live hip hop funk, and recorded and toured around the world for almost a decade, until 2014. In recent years, I’ve focused on studio work, creating sample packs and composing music for films and media. My passion for interactive art has led to the creation of GRIDI, perhaps the largest physical midi controller in the world.
Andrew is a Business Operations Software and MIDI 2.0 Consultant, and is the leading architect of Property Exchange in MIDI 2.0. Andrew has worked in a variety of industries such as Music Technology, Education, Business Automation and Payment Processing; with a focus on Database (SQL and NoSQL), Web technology and API’s integrations between different businesses and technologies. He is the current Prototyping Working Group Chair and author of the Open Source MIDI 2.0 C++ Library https://github.com/midi2-dev/MIDI2.0TinyLib
You can reach Andrew at andrew@mipex.io
David Battino has been plugging things into MIDI jacks since 1985. He's the founding editor of Music & Computers magazine and co-author of The Art of Digital Music, which Music Tech magazine (UK) called a "jolly good value." He has covered music technology for Electronic Musician, MacAddict, Make, Maximum PC, and Revolution, and currently writes Keyboard's "Key Secrets" column. More at www.batmosphere.com.
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In his first life, which started at the early dawn of the web, Jean-Philippe Côté was an award-winning web developer and Internet nerd. In his second life as an educator, he makes a habit of pushing the boundaries of what technology can do and invites his students to do the same. In that spirit, his latest adventure is the creation of TangibleJS.com. Through this website, he explores the ways in which web technologies can break out of their supermax browser prison and shape the tangible, physical world. The time has come for interfaces to go beyond flat, rectangular, glassy surfaces.

Jean-Philippe holds a master's degree in Communication with a specialization in experimental media. He currently is a professor with the Multimedia Department of Edouard-Montpetit College. He gives back to the community through various open source projects and is currently working on a book targeted at web developers eager to discover physical computing.