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Very Long Cat: Zero-Latency Network Music with Live Coding

Ogborn, David; Mativetsky, Shawn


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      "affiliation": "McMaster University", 
      "name": "Ogborn, David"
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      "affiliation": "CIRMMT, Schulich School of Music, McGill University", 
      "name": "Mativetsky, Shawn"
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  "datePublished": "2015-07-13", 
  "description": "<p>very long cat are a new network music duo combining tabla and live coding, rehearsing and performing via the Inter- net, and employing an eclectic range of techniques and technologies. \ue049e specific structure of the ensemble&rsquo;s network music setup, with one musician live coding and monitoring their own performance with a calibrated delay, allows both musicians to experience each other&rsquo;s performances as synchronized. \ue049is poster focuses on the evolving technical con- figuration of this hybrid ensemble, with an emphasis on the constraints imposed by the insistence on &ldquo;zero latency&rdquo; in a live coding ensemble (some sound transformations are not feasible, and others are implemented in a characteristic way).</p>", 
  "headline": "Very Long Cat: Zero-Latency Network Music with Live Coding", 
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  "name": "Very Long Cat: Zero-Latency Network Music with Live Coding", 
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