How to Play Music with others Online in Real Time (without latency getting in the way) | with Mike Dickey
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How to Play Music with others Online in Real Time (without latency getting in the way) | with Mike Dickey

Have you ever tried to play music in real time with others over a zoom call? 

If so, you probably quickly found that latency (the delay between the time you play a note and they hear you and vice versa) made that task all but impossible. 

Today's guest, Mike Dickey, solved this problem and we wanted to get him on the podcast to share the amazing implications this has for the future of online collaboration. 

We talk about: 

  • How and why Mike created a device that allows you to play music with others with no noticeable latency
  • What really is latency? And what causes it?
  • How latency happens even when you're "in person"
  • Why the question of latency is more complicated than just internet speeds
  • How Mike sees this tool and technology being used in the future music industry
  • how to get started using this new tool / technology 

Find Mike Online: 

https://www.jacktrip.org/

This episode is sponsored by DistroKid - the best way for artists their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, etc. Get 30% off your yearly membership when you use our link to sign up: http://distrokid.com/vip/mcm

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