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A new startup, MusicianLink, is poised to bring a revolutionary new service to the millions of people around the world who play a musical instrument. MusicianLink’s low latency internet music collaboration system will be the first commercial solution to enable real-time musical interaction over a standard broadband internet connection. Musicians will be able to plug a standard instrument into their computer, find other musicians around the world, and jam together in real-time with the end result sounding like they were all in the same room.

MusicianLink’s technology is based on research done at Stanford by Professor Chris Chafe, the director of Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) and Co-Founder of MusicianLink. Read the rest of this entry »