Online Jamming and Concert Technology-Spring 2017http://online.stanford.edu/course/online-jamming-and-concert-technology-spring-2017
Online Jamming and Concert Technology
Chris Chafe, Instructor -
JackTrip for OS Xhttps://ccrma.stanford.edu/software/jacktrip/osx/index.html
To the Musical Jamming at World University and School -
And the Music School at WUaS -
Hi UU choir friends,
Here's a free online Stanford music course happening now - Online Jamming and Concert Technology-Spring 2017 - which may make possible real, real time music-making, amazingly ...
course/online-jamming-and- concert-technology-spring-2017 . I may wait until it comes around again and is a little further along before trying it, but it's the first seemingly real possibility I've found for this. Do you have a Ph.D. in computer music, Steve? And do you have some links with Stanford's CCRMA https://ccrma.stanford.edu/ as well?
Just added this Stanford course and the JackTrip software here at World University and School - http://worlduniversity.
wikia.com/wiki/Musical_Jamming (and blogged about this here too - http://scott-macleod.blogspot. com/2017/05/zoomusicology- real-real-time-software.html).
See you all this evening?
I'm curious to see how Stanford Professor Chris Chafe and his course and the JackTrip software help further develop real, real time music making, but I'm particularly interested in this re real, real time video too - for music-making. There are some Eric Whitacre videos here from around 2010 - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Virtual_Choir - and here - http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/01/singing-dog-eric-whitacre-is-virtual.html. Seeking to move beyond Eric Whittaker's "embrace the lag" - or to "embrace that latency" - http://blog.ted.com/a-choir-live-and-online-eric-whitacre-at-ted2013/. I continue to seek the most likely successful strategies for this for the WUaS Music School - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/World_University_Music_School.