Playing the Network: the Use of Time delays as Musical Devices

  title={Playing the Network: the Use of Time delays as Musical Devices},
  author={Juan Pablo C{\'a}ceres and Alain Renaud},
The native time delay of audio transmission over high speed networks is used to create musical devices to play on and with the network. Different strategies that have been part of the practice of the Net vs. Net collective— a permanent network ensemble playing exclusively over wide area digital networks—are discussed. A tool to synchronize displaced musicians visually cue the performers and the audience. It also activates synchronized musical processes. The latency is used to create delay… CONTINUE READING

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