What is Relaycasting?
Dolmere Talamasca: “Relaycasting is a term that refers to internet performances where the audio streams are layered on their way to the audience.”
Read more in Dolmere’s blog on relaycast technology.
It’s magic – Grace and Suzen are performing a duet while Grace is in Atlanta and Suzen is in Minneapolis.
Suzen submits her stream to Grace, who routes Suzen’s stream through her recording gear and layers her own additions to the stream. Then Grace broadcasts the result to her streaming server where listeners from all over the world tune in. Thus, Grace is the last one in line and can hear Suzen as she lays her own content on top of Suzen’s stream. Suzen, being the first in line, is performing “blind” (or “deaf” in this case). She can’t hear Grace, that’s why she’s giving the commands like “1, 2, ready, go” to make sure Grace can follow.
It’s live !
…and I won’t mention that Sally Silvera is also in the video 😉 Sorry Sal, *hugs*