Meet Grammy Award winning Imogen Heap in her very own basement studio, and hear the first nuggets of an idea that promises to revolutionise the way she approaches music and take her to all new places…
Imogen and developer Rob take a trip to meet up with Intel engineers and get a sneak preview of the exciting new technologies that could help get her reactive jogging app up and running.
Features like Intel® High Definition Audio and the ability to transform it from laptop to tablet, make this Ultrabook™ perfect for people like Imogen who can go from writing new lyrics one minute to sharing new ideas with her fans the next.
Faster, slower, uphill, downhill… Imogen begins experimenting by capturing sounds and samples inside (and outside) her studio, then playing around with how they might be manipulated by jogging movements.
Imogen has created a must-have audio scrapbook. Get an insight into the creative process behind her jogging app and download exclusive sound clips now.Download now >
Imogen picks the best cheers and chants sent in by followers of her project and, with the help of a very special guest, demonstrates how this is all going to fit into the app.
This is Imogen's final week and Imogen's hard work has paid off. So it's time to find out what her jogging app will be called and how it has been shaped.
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