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Distant Teaching of Chamber Music via Local Area Netwoks
In this paper we present a study on teaching chamber music via internet. The application for this setup is for a highly reputed teacher to teach professional musicians at a very high level. Usually, all participants would have to fly from all over the world in order to work together. Therefore, it would be of great value, if these teaching lessons could be done via internet. Several audio and video devices and different audio setups have been tested. The results indicate that MPEG 2 broadcast devices with two microphones are suitable for this task.
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