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The construction of Second Life Musical Venues

The construction of Second Life Musical Venues

The subject of virtual real estate, 3-dimensional building and managing lag issues in Second Life is a very large topic, which I can only touch on here. Artists and arts organizations may wish to know that non-profits can apply to purchase virtual real estate at a reduced ...

Kate Miranda

February 25th, 2009

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Detailed instructions for SL streaming from PC

Detailed instructions for SL streaming from PC

In order to stream “live” audio into SL, first you need to capture your music through microphone (s) and “broadcast” your sound from your computer. It is recommended that if you are going to broadcast more than one track (several instruments, instrument plus ...

Kate Miranda

February 25th, 2009

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How does Second Life Music work?

How does Second Life Music work?

The performer or ensemble use microphones or instrument pickups to capture a live performance. Where more than one performer or sound source is used, it is advisable to have microphones & pickups attached to an external mixer and to send the combined signal to the ...

Kate Miranda

February 25th, 2009

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Outline of the beginning of Music Island

Organizing and presenting concerts on Music Island is part of my work and play within Second Life. It is a specialized new platform and in this blog I hope to share the basics of what I have learned about presenting concerts in Second Life, as well as some information about ...

Kate Miranda

February 25th, 2009

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Virtual Concerts in the Park

Virtual Concerts in the Park

Time was when orchestras and ensembles wanted to reach out to new audiences, they took their instruments out to the park and shopping malls where teens and young families tended to gather. In today’s world, increasingly, people are meeting online. Some intrepid, tech-savvy ...

Kate Miranda

February 25th, 2009

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