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- First Prize – Hans Leeuw, The Electrumpet, an electroacoustic instrument that mimics normal playing actions but also has enhanced capabilities and recognition software to facilitate “true hybrid play”
- Second Prize – Onyx Ashanti, Beatjazz Exo-voice Prosthesis, a voice/breath-operated synthesizer in the headgear, while the two handheld controls incorporate accelerometers, joysticks and pressure-sensitive buttons.
- Third Prize – Merche Blasco, Espongina, using waterproof piezo sensors, audio power is captured by microphones and mapped to MIDI values in conjunction with audio softwares or a NORD MODULAR G2 synthesizer
- People’s Choice Award Best Instrument – Roland Lamb – Roli Seaboard, evolved from the piano keyboard, this instrument bridges the gap between acoustic and digital music by providing fingertip control of pitch, volume and timbre
- People’s Choice Award Best Performance – Onyx Ashanti
- People’s Choice Award Most Unusual Instrument – Merche Blasco
- Laurie Anderson, one of America’s most renowned – and daring – creative pioneers bridging the worlds of art, theater, and experimental music.
- David Wessel, Professor of Music and Director of CNMAT at the University of California, Berkeley
- Richard Devine, internationally acclaimed electronic musician and sound designer