1. Wow. “@mdnardone: The complete Alan Lomax (son of John A. Lomax) sound recordings ::  http://research.culturalequity.org/home-audio.jsp y.oHiPSTAS-audio.jsp #HiPSTAS”
  2. RT @kramermj: #hipstas Tim Powell: sometimes "data does not want to be free" ethos of digitizing #indigenous materials
  3. Thanks for a wonderful first day, #hipstas! See you in a bit for day two.
  4. RT @kramermj: #hipstas Tim Powell: sometimes "data does not want to be free" ethos of digitizing #indigenous materials
  5. The space #HiPSTAS is meeting in this morning looks like the CTU from *24* pic.twitter.com/qXXgqcOdxD
    The space #HiPSTAS is meeting in this morning looks like the CTU from *24* pic.twitter.com/qXXgqcOdxDOdxD
  6. Thanks for a wonderful first day, #hipstas! See you in a bit for day two.
  7. #hipstas Lightning rounds start second day of HiPSTAS. We're in a techno "wow" room (visualization lab).
  8. Jeffrey Boruszac up first talking abt Pope's Dunciad. #hipstas
  9. And day 2 of the #hipstas institute is underway! Time for the participants' lightning presentations.  http://blogs.ischool.utexas.edu/hipstas/participants/ du/hipstas/partic…
  10. Jeff Boruszak will use ARLO to study meter in poetry recordings. #HiPSTAS
  11. Uses John Richetti on pennSound. RT @Afilreis Jeff Boruszak will use ARLO to study meter in poetry recordings. #HiPSTAS
  12. Hartwell Francis overcomes death drive to present on Annie Conseen story about bear and rabbit. #hipstas
  13. Hartwell Francis will study Cherokee utterance through pause in rabbit/bear tale. #HiPSTAS
  14. Francis warns about the sharp end of the needle in the haystack. #hipstas
  15. Hennessey doing looped musique concrete from "imperfections" in poetry soundfiles #hipstas
  16. Francis warns about the sharp end of the needle in the haystack. #hipstas
  17. Himmelreich: Examples of how standardization of Navajo marginalizes dialects. #hipstas
  18. #hipstas @JenHimmel working on tone and expression in Navajo storytelling / also issues of dialect & standardization
  19. Kira B. Homo hopes to improve archival finding aids. High level metadata for sound collections. #hipstas
  20. Kira Homo univ records mgr U Oregon, will make program to find sound files in her own archive. New kind of finding aid! Yes! #hipstas
  21. #hipstas Jeffrey Boruszak working on stresses in poetry cool glimpse of pope poem in arlo
  22. Justin Kovar will do visualization of sound in recordings of musicians such as Al Green. #Hipstas
  23. #hipstas Justin kovar wants to connect musicians to samples (& music history!) through samples. how to get past copyright. Very cool.
  24. @kramermj working on archives of folk music and sonification of images. #hipstas
  25. Michael Kramer of Northwestern, folk revival recordings, sonification of images, use sound to hear things in images we can't see. #hipstas
  26. Very jealous of everyone at the #hipstas NEH institute in Austin. My only consolation is getting to see Lee Scratch Perry tonight.
  27. Bert Lyons of Libr of Congress, Alan Lomax guy, works w/ mapped 5000 recordings from 500 cultures. W/ ARLO, back to Lomax mapping. #hipstas
  28. Cantometrics, Alan Loma's cross-cultural research, compares performance styles based on expression #hipstas
  29. Steve McLaughlin credits Reading Machines as influence on his recent thinking. #hipstas
  30. Steve McLaughlin of PennSound: rhythmic isomorphisms, reading quirks...search these thru self-similarity studies, & pages turning! #hipstas
  31. McLaughlin is tagging page turns, ums and ahs, laughter and screams, other paratextual phenomena. #hipstas
  32. McLaughlin is tagging page turns, ums and ahs, laughter and screams, other paratextual phenomena. #hipstas
  33. @Afilreis @bertramlyons other #hipstas if you are interested in one angle on Lomax & Cantometrics: ...
  34. Last night, I wrote a recap of, and blogged some preliminary reactions to, the first day of #HiPSTAS  http://www.ericrettberg.com/wordpress/?p=290 ress/?p=2…
  35. Ben Miller, Georgia St studies genocide survivors, recorded testimonies, testimonial subjectivity. Affect in sound - identify? #hipstas
  36. RT @ericrettberg Last night, I wrote a recap of, and blogged some preliminary reactions to, the first day of #HiPSTAS  http://www.ericrettberg.com/wordpress/?p=290 ress/?p=2…
  37. Cantometrics, Alan Loma's cross-cultural research, compares performance styles based on expression #hipstas
  38. Virginia Millington of StoryCorps wants to use ARLO to advance research on the people whose stories are archived there. #hipstas
  39. Virginia Millington of StoryCorps, 50,000 stories. One storyteller breaks into song. How to access such moments in huge archive? #hipstas
  40. #hipstas Ben Miller fascinating work on looking at perspective, affect, and populations digitally
  41. Michael Nardone heard PennSound fr/ hut above Arctic Circle, transcribed for Jacket2, diss on social history of PennSound & UbuWeb. #Hipstas
  42. Linda Newman of Langsam Library developing open source repository and platform. #hipstas
  43. Newman wants to know what researchers want to know. #hipstas
  44. Linda Newman thinking about technological succession planning with ARLO #hipstas
  45. Juliana Nykolaiszyn works on dust bowl oral history. #hipstas
  46. #hipstas @mdnardone WCW and Allen Ginsberg's "phono textual" affinities in arlo even though words don't look same on page.
  47. Juliana Nykolaiszyn studies recordings of women dust bowl survivors. Use ARLO to tell world about what's in these! #hipstas
  48. Nykolaiszyn project overlaps with Miller's: stories of survival. #hipstas
  49. #hipstas @mdnardone WCW and Allen Ginsberg's "phono textual" affinities in arlo even though words don't look same on page.
  50. Juliana Nykolaiszyn studies recordings of women dust bowl survivors. Use ARLO to tell world about what's in these! #hipstas
  51. @AmberParanick slide features Ange Mlinko poem, Just Dump Me on the Palace Steps. #hipstas
  52. Amber Paranick presents visualization of sound of Ange Mlinko recording B Mayer event at Kelly Writers House. #hipstas
  53. Gena Peone works with recordings of Spokane tribal elders. #hipstas
  54. Amber Paranick presents visualization of sound of Ange Mlinko recording B Mayer event at Kelly Writers House. #hipstas
  55. Eric Rettberg, nonsense lit guy, will study visualization of "ridiculous" language spoken, using Librivox. #hipstas
  56. Eric Rettberg, nonsense lit guy, will study visualization of "ridiculous" language spoken, using Librivox. #hipstas
  57. Elizabeth Russey Roke shows clip of MLK sermon "New Wine in New Bottles." #hipstas
  58. #hipstas @ericrettberg listening to "errors" in poetic readings in search of meanings. Amateurs vs poets themselves etc.
  59. Elizabeth Russey Roke will make it easier for scholars to study ML King audio, including southern patterns of speech. #hipstas
  60. Eric Rettberg, nonsense lit guy, will study visualization of "ridiculous" language spoken, using Librivox. #hipstas
  61. Kristen Suagee-Beauduy is working with Hartwell Francis this summer. She's a grad student at W Carolina U. #hipstas
  62. Kristen Suagee-Beauduy of western Carolina Cherokee language program...will use ARLO to help Cherokee language learners. #hipstas
  63. #hipstas = indigenous sounds, poetic sounds, historical sounds, archived sounds, computerized sounds -a really rich mix.
  64. #hipstas = indigenous sounds, poetic sounds, historical sounds, archived sounds, computerized sounds -a really rich mix.
  65. Suagee-Beauduy eloquent about cadences, pitches, pauses, emphases, conjugations, etc., of Cherokee. #hipstas
  66. #hipstas = indigenous sounds, poetic sounds, historical sounds, archived sounds, computerized sounds -a really rich mix.
  67. Ken Sherwood (the best!) started listening to recordings in college library. Oh such limited access in those days! #hipstas
  68. Kenneth Sherwood: Not long ago we really relied on textual descriptions of poetry events. #hipstas
  69. Ken Sherwood reminds us of importance of Dennis Tedlock. #hipstas
  70. Sherwood: Tedlock was two decades ahead of Stewart on phonotext. #hipstas
  71. Ken Sherwood discusses Tedlock's The Spoken Word and Vicuña's transcriptions in Spit Temple #hipstas
  72. Sherwood performs from Baraka transcription: (audience laughter) #hipstas
  73. RT @thirdphactory: "Sherwood: Tedlock was two decades ahead of Stewart on phonotext. #hipstas"
  74. Sherwood on listening practices that correspond to transcription practices. #hipstas
  75. Ken Sherwood shows us score of Baraka poem. Also: let's make the ARLO work less labor intensive. #hipstas
  76. Sherwood on enjambment. #hipstas Tsur has a piece on line that I'll link to later.
  77. Creeley often discussed by the poets/scholars here in terms of approaching the phonotext. #hipstas
  78. Dustin Tahmahkera slide shows micki free Comanche song. #hipstas
  79. Dustin Tahmahkera on Comanche recordings. What "sounds indigenous"? How to hear indigenous identity?! Wow. #hipstas
  80. Tahmahkera works from/with phrase "sounds indigenous" #hipstas
  81. Tahmahkera: Listening for sonic markers of indigeneity. #hipstas
  82. Dustin Tahmahkera on Comanche recordings. What "sounds indigenous"? How to hear indigenous identity?! Wow. #hipstas
  83. #hipstas = indigenous sounds, poetic sounds, historical sounds, archived sounds, computerized sounds -a really rich mix.
  84. Dustin Tahmahkera on Comanche recordings. What "sounds indigenous"? How to hear indigenous identity?! Wow. #hipstas
  85. Creeley often discussed by the poets/scholars here in terms of approaching the phonotext. #hipstas
  86. MT @tanyaclement: DHers: LoC's Bert Lyons (+ #HipSTAS participant) advises on preserving family "stuff" on the NYT:  http://nyti.ms/10WjEej 
  87. MT @tanyaclement: DHers: LoC's Bert Lyons (+ #HipSTAS participant) advises on preserving family "stuff" on the NYT:  http://nyti.ms/10WjEej 
  88. #hipstas Tim Powell: how do we talk about context & sound? How do we use digital here? What are the problems, tensions? #dhsound
  89. Problem: Librarians working really hard to give information scholars don't really need/want. #hipstas
  90. Question for #hipstas folks: What does hipsta mean in this context (presuming this thread is composed primarily of historians)?
  91. current work in digital sound studies: @ericrettberg is reporting from ongiong #HiPSTAS conference  http://www.ericrettberg.com/wordpress/?p=290 ress/?p=2… (or follow hash)
  92. fascinating overview of all the projects at #HiPSTAS--seeing lots of opportunities for collaboration
  93. @t_lacy #hipstas is an acronym for HIgh Peformance Sound Tech for Access & Scholarship. Wide range of disciplines.  http://blogs.ischool.utexas.edu/hipstas/ du/hipstas/
  94. #hipstas Grant is mentioning the NEH-funded "A Thousand Words" proj for high-res comp enviros for the humanities  https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=HD-51475-11 blicquery/ma…
  95. The massive tiled screen at TACC has a resolution of 328 megapixels. Brandt is describing the computing challenge that represents. #HiPSTAS
  96. #hipstas Now Brandt is describing the "What Jane Saw?" proj (featured in NY Times )  http://www.whatjanesaw.org/ we need what Jane heard]
  97. @tanyaclement reminds us: "HiPSTAS is NOT about searching or analyzing sound by searching or indexing text." #HiPSTAS
  98. @tanyaclement acknowledges Sterne's great book MP3: The Meanings of a Format #hipstas
  99. @tanyaclement brings up @jonathansterne's format study of MP3 in intro to ARLO sound visualization software #hipstas
  100. @tanyaclement Carl Seashore's audiometer, 1899 - first audio annotation tool #hipstas
  101. Last night, I wrote a recap of, and blogged some preliminary reactions to, the first day of #HiPSTAS  http://www.ericrettberg.com/wordpress/?p=290 ress/?p=2…
  102. @tanyaclement cites Emily Thompson on Sound, Modernity and History (from Sound Studies Reader) #hipstas
  103. @tanyaclement Emily Thompson defines "the soundscape as an auditory or aural landscape", from the book: Sound Studies Reader #hipstas
  104. #hipstas #soundstudies Sterne's mp3 book, Emily Thompson. I'd add Lisa Gitelman's work and Kun and Keeling recent special issue of AQ.
  105. @tanyaclement visualizes Gertrude Stein reading her work and @gregorylaynor's reading/singing of Stein #hipstas
  106. #hipstas #soundstudies Sterne's mp3 book, Emily Thompson. I'd add Lisa Gitelman's work and Kun and Keeling recent special issue of AQ.
  107. #hipstas #soundstudies Sterne's mp3 book, Emily Thompson. I'd add Lisa Gitelman's work and Kun and Keeling recent special issue of AQ.
  108. @tanyaclement Tags: laughter, silence, emotions, applause, pauses, feedback, changing speakers, tracks #hipstas
  109. Hot diggity! Tanya's sample cases utilizing ARLO are exciting! @tanyaclement #hipstas
  110. #hipstas @tanyaclement arlo tagging query shows us intonation of WCW saying "forgive me," calls up Allen Ginsberg saying "judgment"!
  111. @kwsherwood @tanyaclement: @jonathansterne has written brief critique of Schaefer's conceptions of soundscape. Will find. #hipstas
  112. Tcheng's bird work: 1.5 gram mics stuck to the back of cardinals #hipstas
  113. Namesake is Arlo Raim, killed by train while gathering data in nature preserve #hipstas
  114. Tcheng You can see sound better than you can hear it #hipstas
  115. Tcheng visualizations of room tones, vowels, consonants #hipstas
  116. Tcheng on inner ear: 5k little hairs, of which we can replicate maybe 200 #hipstas
  117. The way the clip is, well, clipped, it sounds like Stein is saying "king of Americans" #hipstas
  118. Creeley often discussed by the poets/scholars here in terms of approaching the phonotext. #hipstas
  119. MT @mdnardone: @thirdphactory maps amazing chart on phonopoetics from Noise to Power, wants to foreground political in sonic turn. #HiPSTAS
  120. @emilydvb @ Nu: Stephen Malinowski visualizes Stravinsky's Rite of Spring 100 yrs after riotous premiere:  http://n.pr/12c9eO2 hipstas
  121. Most recent conversation: To "arlo" something? New verb for the english dictionary?! #HiPSTAS
  122. Back from lunch and now working with David Tcheng on some simple sounds. #hipstas
  123. Most recent conversation: To "arlo" something? New verb for the english dictionary?! #HiPSTAS
  124. Tcheng walking us through sine waves, square waves, triangle wave #hipstas
  125. Might interest #hipstas folk, Stephen Rings work on Bob Dylan's voice, w spectrographs  http://mag.uchicago.edu/dylan ’s-evolutionary-voice
  126. Noise has colors: white, pink, brown, blue, grey, but we call them all white #hipstas
  127. Noise has colors: white, pink, brown, blue, grey, but we call them all white #hipstas
  128. #hipstas Note that twitter has trouble with apostrophes in hyperlinks, so cut and paste:  http://mag.uchicago.edu/dylan ’s-evolutionary-voice
  129. A socially-accepted reply to any question! RT @thirdphactory: Tcheng: I would defer to wikipedia on this. #hipstas
  130. Time / frequency trade offs in damping factor adjustments. #hipstas
  131. Decreasing dampingfactor sharpens the frequency analysis #HiPSTAS
  132. #hipstas an observation: David Tcheng's ARLO software uses computing to ask us to think musically abt sound-harmonics,freqs, timbre, rhythm
  133. #hipstas thinking computationally & musically go together well, of course…
  134. "Conversations" betw. bats and hawk moths: Tcheng emerging project that uses v. high frequencies. #hipstas
  135. #hipstas Tcheng: hitting the start key on his recorder is a "percussive event"
  136. Turning on the mic creates background noise in a recording. Now Playing: The Rolling Stones -- "When You Start Me Up" #hipstas
  137. #hipstas Tcheng has built a powerful tool for sound analysis w Arlo! *Multiple* ways of "seeing" the same sound: time, frequency, energy...
  138. Tcheng imitating difference of one person laughing vs. a room laughing. #hipstas
  139. Hennessey doing looped musique concrete from "imperfections" in poetry soundfiles #hipstas
  140. Noise has colors: white, pink, brown, blue, grey, but we call them all white #hipstas
  141. The end of something may have echo in it; check start of sound instead. #hipstas
  142. The "how to use ARLO to do something you want to do" segment of the sfternoon begins. #hipstas #morestein
  143. #hipstas Arlo involves a fascinating mix of machine learning and human tagging, getting machines to think & people to compute about sound.
  144. #hipstas Arlo involves a fascinating mix of machine learning and human tagging, getting machines to think & people to compute about sound.
  145. Two objects of interest: syllables and background noise. #hipstas
  146. If this were running it wouldn't say QUEUED it would say RUNNING. #hipstas #kingofamerica
  147. #hipstas Now learning about "supervised tag discovery" in Arlo.
  148. RT @zoecello: Recording layers and layers of cello in 88kHz 24bit has brought my laptop to a standstill. [apropos of #hipstas discussions]
  149. Accepting a machine tag promotes it to equivalent of user generated tag. #arlo #hipstas
  150. #hipstas D Tcheng shows us how to segment audio into combined user and machine tags that recognize sameness in/across a sound file.
  151. A lot to think about...but first, a good night of sleep! #HiPSTAS
  152. Proposal: tomorrow's #hipstas be held at Ginny's Little Longhorn Saloon
  153. Spent my evening with ARLO, developing a rapport at last. #HiPSTAS
  154. Noise has colors: white, pink, brown, blue, grey, but we call them all white #hipstas