Scaling Up Live Internet Performance with The Global Net Orchestra

  title={Scaling Up Live Internet Performance with The Global Net Orchestra},
  author={Roger B. Dannenberg and Thomas P. Neuendorffer},
Networked or “telematic” music performances take many forms, ranging from small laptop ensembles using local area networks to long-distance musical collaborations using audio and video links. Two important concerns for any networked performance are: (1) what is the role of communication in the music performance? In particular, what are the esthetic and pragmatic justifications for performing music at a distance, and (2) how are the effects of communication latency ameliorated or incorporated… CONTINUE READING

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