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Re: looping over the Internet - one day hopefully !
Well,we can't let a little thing like corporate visionary's(oxymoron?)stop
course I'm speaking from a completely naive viewpoint as I have had very
with computers or the internet.It just seemed like an impossibility 1 mo.
I would have a web page and the other things that I have seen/heard on the
internet,even though it does seem to be a high-tech covered wagon at
to believe that we "ain't seen nothin' yet" and the future of the
possibilities are ultimately up to the ones who go ahead with or without
sorry for the diatribe,
Jeff Duke sr.
TecBabLabs,I know it looks and sounds funny,but then so do I
Kim Flint wrote:
> We were working on this idea at g-wiz several years ago. It's an
> concept, with some unique challenges and possibilities. Unfortunately,
> of the people working on it got fired right about the time they were
> to produce some initial demos, so nothing came of it. Gibson never had a
> clue what they lost when they did that. too bad....
> At 04:35 PM 1/23/98 -0500, Jeff Duke wrote:
> >I have been pondering how this could be accomplished myself.I have
> >jamming with midi over the internet but audio?hmmm,maybe bandwith is
> >Jeff Duke sr.
> >Darcy Clark wrote:
> >> It occurs to me that looping would be particularly suited to internet
> >> jamming, as latency could be accommodated by using longish loop
> >> by only adding contributions to the loop at the start of the next
> >> we need now is a TCP/IP-aware Jamman upgrade !!! ;)
> >> >Some people of been exploring the musical possibilities of HUGE
> >> >latencies through internet jams. Last month some folks in NYC jammed
> >> >with some other folks in Japan where latencies where up around 10
> >> >seconds, at least! It's a feature, not a bug...
> Kim Flint 408-752-9284
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