[music-dsp] Re: What's still to be done in this field?
lazzaro at eecs.berkeley.edu
Thu Mar 11 13:42:07 EST 2004
> Andreas Falley writes:
> What's still to be done in this field?
Musicians in different physical locations playing
together as if they were in the same room.
Given modern layer-2, the underlying nominal
latency between two broadband subscribers of
the same provider in the same metropolitan area
can support network musical performance -- see:
for musical psychophysics to back up that
statement, and see:
for a view from the network side.
However, a lot of work on a lot of different levels needs
to be done to turn that observation into a product/service --
a subscription offered by your provider, that lets you get
in extra rehearsal time without leaving the house. People
have been working on this a long time, see:
for a history of the field. But I think we're getting closer
to commercialization. See:
for standards work underway in the IETF.
lazzaro [at] cs [dot] berkeley [dot] edu
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