If you are interested in how remote music collaboration works, consider joining me for this free, live and interactive online talk that I will give today via ZOOM for the Melbourne Section of Audio Engineering Society.
Collaborative software platforms enabling interaction between global communities of recording artists and music producers have grown exponentially in the last decade and have undergone further changes during the current Covid-19 pandemic.
Reflecting on my creative work as well as practice-led doctoral research in this area, I will discuss remote music collaboration software and its impact on contemporary music production practices. I will talk about these technologies in the context of teaching music production as well as collaborating on industry-based projects within various genres of music. I will also examine the behaviour of groups of remotely located music makers and analyse user engagement in crowdsourced music production projects.
This presentation titled ‘The impact of remote music collaboration software on music production in the time of Covid-19’ will be delivered via ZOOM and take place on Monday, April 197.30pm (Melbourne time, UTC+10). Registration is required and can be completed at: https://www.aesmelbourne.org.au/meeting-notice-april-2021/
For more information, workshops and 1 on 1 coaching on remote music collaboration strategies, visit my Music Collaboration Online portal: https://www.musiccollaboration.online/
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