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Using Low-Latency Net-Based Solutions to Extend the Audio and Video Capabilities of a Studio Complex

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Two low-latency IP-based systems, RedNet and LOLA, were selected by Edinburgh Napier University to link a new music building with existing broadcast and drama facilities and to allow low-latency audio and video collaboration with other institutions/organizations around the world. First to be examined will be their use of Focusrite RedNet and Audinate Dante to expand existing AES10 (MADI) point to point links. Second, an overview will be provided of the University's ongoing research with JANET and GARR (the UK and Italy National Research and Education Networks) into the use of the Italian LOLA system (LOw LAtency audio visual streaming system) to provide long-distance audio and video links for rehearsal and performance involving musicians in different countries.

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