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Tuesday, November 16 • 11:20 - 12:10
Reducing Space and Time Limitations in Music Performances

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Music is widely and generally defined as an art that consists in devising and producing structured sequences of sounds. These latter are physical vibratory phenomena, characterized by some properties – i.e. propagation speed, etc. – which establish a strict relation between the phenomenon itself and the space plus time dimensions.

Interactions between musicians and listeners during a music performance are consequently delimited by both those dimensions. Despite this, is it nonetheless possible to reduce how much space and time affect the performative acts?

In this talk, the concept of Networked Music Performance (NMP) will be introduced as a solution to the issue in question. In order to demonstrate the validity of that solution, an ecosystem for NMP named MuSNet will be presented to audience and its entire implementation process plus subsequent utilizations will then be addressed and described as a case study.

IF YOU ARE ATTENDING ONLINE, ALL TALK SESSIONS CAN BE ACCESSED FROM THE MAIN LOBBY: https://conference.audio.dev

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Rodolfo Cangiotti

Rodolfo Cangiotti is a software developer at WuBook. He holds a bachelor degree with honors in Electronic Music from the Conservatory G. Rossini (Pesaro, ITA), where he also deepened his knowledge about music composition by attending additional tailored courses.He is deeply fascinated... Read More →


Tuesday November 16, 2021 11:20 - 12:10 GMT