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Wednesday, October 26 • 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Implications of latency in digital audio environments

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The discussion will outline the challenges of interfacing with digital audio technology and the added latency. Latency affects our response time, and affects our musical performance and experience, such as when we build instruments with digital interfaces, design live sound installations with various digital equipment, and collaborate and perform remotely online and over increasingly greater distances.

The panel experts will address technical, cultural, social, musical and neurological implications and present their research and solutions relating to their field expertise as practitioners in sound reinforcement, low latency hardware design, instrument building, remote collaboration tooling, distance-based music performance & improvisation, cultural sciences and the effects of latency on social rhythms, and neurology.

The outcome of the panel will be a wider understanding of how latency, when it related to human interaction, is a recent phenomenon created by digital technology and there are many creative solutions and approaches to what is perceived largely as an inconvenience, not an opportunity.

Speakers
avatar for Stefano Zambon

Stefano Zambon

CTO, Elk
Wearing several hats in a music tech startup building Elk Audio OS. Loves all aspects of music DSP from math-intense algorithms to low-level kernel hacking for squeezing latency and performance.
avatar for Ruurd Adema

Ruurd Adema

Software developer, Owllab
CN

Caroline Nevejan

University of Amsterdam
MH

Micha Heilbron

Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour
KD

Karst der Jong

Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music
avatar for Rebekah Wilson

Rebekah Wilson

CEO, Source Elements LLC
Rebekah is the technical co-founder and CEO who co-created the entire suite of Source Elements software. With a degree in music composition and a lifetime of love for technology, Rebekah has focused her career as a composer, electronic music researcher, and software developer - with... Read More →


Wednesday October 26, 2022 12:00pm - 12:45pm EDT
Online Workshops
  Applications in Audio
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