[e2e] Protocols for tightly synchronised multicast?
michael at tk.uni-linz.ac.at
Thu Aug 16 00:53:23 PDT 2001
For those of you who are interested AND speak German :),
my master's thesis also dealt with that topic (real-time musical
collaboration over long distances); it contains an overview of
related projects and points out that the approach taken by "Res
Rocket" is probably the best one. Also, MIDI is not suited for
Internet real-time transmission at all (e.g., there are no chord
symbols ... delay in between two notes can turn your chord into an
arpeggio!); I proposed an altered version of MIDI in my thesis and
our upcoming WEDELMUSIC paper, which also draws a sketch about
possible net-music interaction.
Links to what I'm talking about:
My master's thesis:
Michael Welzl: "NetMusic: Echtzeitfähige Konzepte und Systeme für den
telekooperativen Austausch musikalischer Information". German diploma thesis
(Diplomarbeit), University of Linz, Austria 1998.
The WEDELMUSIC paper:
Max Mühlhäuser, Michael Welzl, Jan Borchers, and Rainer Gutkas: "GlobeMusic:
The Internet Scale of eMusic-Making", WEDELMUSIC 2001 International
Conference on Web Delivery of Music (Florence, Nov. 30-Dec 1, 2001)
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> [mailto:end2end-interest-admin at postel.org]On Behalf Of Hilarie Orman
> Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 5:59 PM
> To: craig at aland.bbn.com
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> Subject: Re: [e2e] Protocols for tightly synchronised multicast?
> HQ had no posters about it stuck behind doors, so there was no way I'd
> have known about it :-)
> Who was involved, how did it turn out?
> >>> Craig Partridge <craig at aland.bbn.com> 08/15/01 03:36AM >>>
> In message <sb7953a8.099 at prv-mail20.provo.novell.com>,
> "Hilarie Orman" writes:
> >My challenge problem for networks: nationally distributed musicians
> >playing in concert.
> We did that demo for DARPA successfully back in 1991.
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