METHODS AND WORKFLOWS FOR PERFORMING TOGETHER ONLINE
Until March 2020, performing music together online was reserved for those musicians intrepid enough to brave the technical and aesthetic challenges
of managing latency and acoustic feedback. Suddenly, the world changed and this question is no longer reserved for the experimental musician but for all of us who wish to continue to perform together in real-time; to make concerts, to create installations, to rehearse together, to teach, to play and explore.
Composer, software developer and networked music researcher Rebekah Wilson is actively developing this website as a community service to provide practical, platform-agnostic guides for musicians of all kinds to perform together over the Internet regardless of the technology available to them. This website will soon contain detailed how-to guides. Until then, contact her at email@example.com to contribute or with any questions and see the footer below for links to technologies you can use today to implement your own networked music projects.
Read the Keynote transcription: Becoming Latency-Native (December, 2019)