Mobile Music | Part 2: Bio
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"The most profound technologies are those that disappear... they weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life, until they are indistinguishable from it."
- Mark Weiser, 1991

many people playing musical instruments on the streets YouTunes | The Machine that Makes You Musical
New York Times Magazine | story by Rob Walker
December 2011 | pdf | online

"Is everyone musical? One sonic pioneer thinks so. And he has the technology to prove it..."

Ge holds up food with a pair of chopsticks Ge Wang @ Stanford
2007-present | online | gewang @ twitter

(Note: no need to check out everything here, just go hang out!) Ge's homepage at CCRMA, with links to classes, research, ensembles, and publications. While technology is essential to his work, Ge believes that it's what we do with technology that really matters. He also really likes food.

Smule logo; radio waves radiate from the top of the letter 'l' Smule
2008-present | online | ocarina songbook

Smule was founded by Ge Wang and PhD student Jeff Smith (class of '89, returned to Stanford as a graduate music student after nearly 20 years as an entrepreneur). Smule is located in Palo Alto (right next to Stanford campus) and San Francisco.

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