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web clear-out: audio recordings 2007–2008

A quick heads-up: I will be removing some of the audio recordings of Stet Lab’s first year (prior to the November 2008 event). [Listen…] I’ll be removing the audio recordings in August 2013, so you have a few months to download any recordings that you may want to listen to again. I hope to keep […]

Lab reports 2008–2011: an index

Between June 2008 and April 2011, fourteen author-practitioners documented over nineteen events from the POV of the stage. The Lab reports were an opportunity for the improviser-musician-performers to explore and explode the processes and practices of music in general, and improvisation in particular. These reports ranged in tone from the oblique, the whimsical, and the […]

update to WordPress 3.0

I’ve updated the Stet Lab site to ‘Thelonious’. This should be a relatively painless (and largely invisible) update, but please let me know of any difficulties, bugs, etc.

update to WordPress 2.8

I’ve updated the Stet Lab site to WordPress 2.8. There are only a few minor interface changes behind the scenes, however, the K2 search and navigation feature has broken with this release, so I’ve (temporarily) reverted to the old search and navigation system. Please let me know of any difficulties or bugs. update 06-17-09 K2 […]

photo gallery

Stet Lab now has a photo gallery hosted at Picasa. Below, for example, are John Hough’s photos (© 2009 John Hough) of the February 2009 Lab with Andrea Bonino, Paul Dowling, Paul Dunmall, Neil O’Loghlen, Katie O’Looney, Han-earl Park, Mark Sanders, Jamie Smith, Owen Sutton, Veronica Tadman and Kevin Terry: The diary has now been […]

update to WordPress 2.7

I’ve just updated the Stet Lab site to WordPress 2.7 (a revision named after a certain JC). This is the first major update since we moved to WP in May, and there are some major interface changes behind the scenes. Please let me know of any difficulties, bugs, etc.

Stet Lab web site, reconstructing the

Welcome to Stet Lab’s new site (and blog). There are now some small but significant changes for Stet Lab online. web feeds For those who keep up-to-date with Stet Lab events via the web feed, the main thing to note is that the event announcement feed is now at ./author/news/feed/ Please update your subscriptions. (For […]