Given that traditional music production techniques often incorporate analog audio hardware, the Internet of Things (IoT) presents a unique opportunity to maintain past production workflows. For example, it is possible to enable remote digital connectivity to rare, expensive, and bespoke audio systems, as well as unique spaces for use as echo chambers. In the presented research quantitative testing is conducted to verify the performance of audio streaming platforms. Results show that using a high-speed internet connection, it is possible to stream lossless audio with low distortion, no dropouts and around 30 ms round-trip latency. Therefore, with future integration of audio streaming and IoT control protocols, a new paradigm for remote analog hardware processing in music production could be enabled.
Hardin, Marques; Toulson, Rob
Affiliations: Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK; University of Westminster, London, UK(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Convention: 146 (March 2019) Paper Number: 10204
Publication Date: March 10, 2019
Subject: Poster Session 4
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