Mudd Talks – Making Music Using Low-Latency Technology in the New Jersey Gay Men’s Chorus
New Jersey Gay Men's Chorus
When rehearsing on Zoom, our chorus struggled with audio transmission delay. Low-latency technology reduced audio delays enough to allow members to sing and listen to each other at the same time. At the end of 2020, chorus members started using Soundjack software to transmit super low-latency audio. In the spring of 2021, they started using LiveLab software to transmit low-latency video.
David Liao (low-latency project chief) and Sarah Michal (Artistic Director) will discuss their experiences making music with low-latency technology and how you can implement this technology in your own musical ensembles.
This event is hosted by the Harvey Mudd College Office of Alumni and Parent Relations. This event is open to everyone.
Event Date: November 12, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
Zoom link sent after registration