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Building a Globally Distributed Recording Studio

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The internet has played a significant role in changing consumer behavior in regards to the distribution and consumption of music. Record labels, recording studios, and musicians have felt the financial squeeze as physical media delivery has been depreciated. However, the internet also enables these studios, musicians, and record labels to re-orient their business model to take advantage of new content creation and distribution. By developing a hardware appliance that combines high-resolution audio recording and broadcasting with real-time, two-way video communication across the web, we can expand the geographic area that studios can serve, increase revenue for musicians, and change the value proposition traditional record labels have to offer.

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