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Streamed live on Jun 29, 2012
Worldwide guests from London, New Zealand, Kabul, Siberia, Hawaii, Florida and more join Live YouTube broadcast. Testing synchronicity of two or more people performing audio tracks on YouTube live/Hangouts
Aaron - New Zealand Alexander - Australian in Afghanistan with Aussie Army Cavalry James - London Ian - London Tom C. Dima - Siberia Vinnie - Hawaii
Click on time to go to that point: Part I 33:50 Interrogation of cavalryman Alexander continues to determine his role as an intelligence officer 46:40 Mark Wilson from U.K. (often found in local pubs on the Scottish border) interrogates Alexander 49:26 Dima (not a communist) from Siberia interrogates Alexander jokes and more jokes 1:01:00 Dima asks what are attitudes towards Russian people. Dima (playing Diablo) denies being a communist. 1:05:00 tongue twisters contest 1:10:00 Mark makes original music about Afghanistan Part II 1:16:50 How to make live coordinated original group audio on Hangouts - testing ideas and latency 1:21:00 Test of duet timing with Mark and Don 1:29:00 Vinnie from Hawaii joins tests for audio timing and latency 1:34:20 Vinnie records the audio to test the latency among the three audios 2:03:00 Mark does live guitar strum perfectly to Vinnie's drum beat, but as recorded by Vinnie it was off. (Answer is to perform 1/2 second after performer hears the beat so as to come out on YouTube recording as synchronized) 2:27:00 Mark strums guitar along with Vinnie's beat track perfectly on this YouTube recording (by delaying his strum by 1/2 second each time). Vinnie's recording however, shows not in time because of additional latency of Vinnie's computer. 2:35:30 Don plays drum track to try synchronizing for Mark's guitar strums 2:52:00 Don plays more drum tracks for Mark to try synchronizing with 2:58:28 Don tries synching with Vinnie's synthesizer (singing 1/2 second late) which works for the YouTube recording but not when Vinnie plays it back on his recording because of his latency. 3:05:00 contemplating live collaboration by using Google Drive and Hangouts to pass documents and files while collaborating live online
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(All musical content and demonstrations by Mark Wilson, Vinnie Braco, and Don Browne are original and permission granted to use on this video)