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The orchestral training of professional and semi-professional musicians and vocalists requires expensive resources that are not always available when and where they are needed even if the funding for them were made available.

What is needed is the musical equivalent of an aircraft simulator that gives the musician or vocalist the very realistic experience of playing or singing with an orchestra.

The purpose of making this experience available through a next generation network-enabled platform is to provide the extensive tools and resources necessary at very low cost and wherever there is access to a high speed network.

Links
http://openorchestra.cim.mcgill.ca/
http://canarie.mcgill.ca/project_nep2_index.html

Papers:
A High-Fidelity Orchestra Simulator for Individual Musicians' Practice. Olmos, A.; Bouillot, N.; Knight, T.; Mabire, N.; Redel, J.; and Cooperstock, J. R. In press. Computer Music Journal. 25 pages
A High-Fidelity Orchestra Simulator for Individual Musicians' Practice [bib]

Extended User Control over Multichannel Content Delivered over the Web. Bouillot, N.; Tomiyoshi, M.; and Cooperstock, J. R. 2011.In AES 44th Conference on Audio Networking, San Diego, USA, November. 5 pages
Extended User Control over Multichannel Content Delivered over the Web [http://www.aes.org/e-lib/browse.cfm?elib=16148] Extended User Control over Multichannel Content Delivered over the Web [bib]

Visualization feedback for musical ensemble practice: A case study on phrase articulation and dynamics. Knight, T.; Bouillot, N.; and Cooperstock, J. R. 2012.
In SPIE Conference on Visualization and Data Analysis (VDA), San Francisco, January. 8 pages
Visualization feedback for musical ensemble practice: A case study on phrase articulation and dynamics [PDF] Visualization feedback for musical ensemble practice: A case study on phrase articulation and dynamics [bib]
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