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Innovative Music Production Approaches Empowered by Internet of Things Technologies

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The emerging Internet of Things (IoT) introduces a concept of ubiquitous interconnected devices, where any device anywhere across the world can be connected over wired and wireless computing networks to accept, collect, and exchange data. Regarding music, many musicians still value the unique characteristics and sounds obtained from physical audio hardware, and some audiophiles feel that digital production techniques do not accurately reproduce the subtle intricacies of natural sounds. IoT presents new opportunities to maintain traditional (and perhaps lost or disappearing) music production processes through enabling remote connectivity and engagement with rare, expensive, and bespoke audio systems, as well as unique spaces for use in reverb and echo applications. Furthermore, this research investigates how IoT can enhance musical collaboration opportunities and empower new production workflows achieved through virtually-extended music studios.

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