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Networked Music Performance: State of the Art
The fast paced development of broadband internet infrastructure makes high quality real time networked music performances possible. In recent years, the implementation of over-provisioned network backbones has led to the development of several initiatives that allow real-time or time-shifted interactions of geographically displaced musicians. The development of such networks is also leading to the creation of new forms of art and communications that use the network as a core.
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