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Portable and Networked Devices for Musical Creativity
The various networks, starting from dedicated local interfaces to the Internet, offer together with personal portable devices vast creative potential for all kinds of musical performance. This paper approaches the technological potential for shared music creation from different points of view: performances using otherwise conventional technology, but over remote connections, the use of wireless technology to ease performances on stage or in studio, and using the potential of personal portable devices to bring connected performances to every user, including non-musicians.
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