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The Global Metronome: Absolute Tempo Sync For Networked Musical Performance

@inproceedings{Oda2016TheGM,
  title={The Global Metronome: Absolute Tempo Sync For Networked Musical Performance},
  author={Reid Oda and R. Fiebrink},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2016}
}
At a time in the near future, many computers (including devices such as smart-phones) will have system clocks that are synchronized to a high degree (less than 1 ms of error). This will enable us to coordinate events across unconnected devices with a degree of accuracy that was previously impossible. In particular, high clock synchronization means that we can use these clocks to synchronize tempo between humans or sequencers with little-to-no communication between the devices. To facilitate… Expand
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