Music Collaboration on the Internet: The World is your Oyster/Orchestra.
Remote Music Collaboration Software platforms facilitate social networking, virtual studio collaboration and live music performances over the Internet. Collaborative software platforms enabling interaction between global communities of music makers have grown exponentially in the last decade and have undergone further changes during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In this presentation, Martin K. Koszolko will discuss the functional side of remote music collaboration software, available technologies as well as challenges and best practices concerning finding and engaging new music collaborators.
Dr Martin K. Koszolko is a recognised expert in remote music collaboration. He is an award-winning music producer who has been creating music for over 2 decades. He has presented at national and international seminars and conferences and has published in the area of the art of collaborative music production and music innovation.
Martin has been using a broad range of collaborative solutions for music making since 2012. His pioneering doctoral project investigated the impact of remote music collaboration software on music production and involved collaborations with over 40 musicians located in various geographical locations on three continents: Europe, North America and Australia. Martin is a music producer known for his creative work under the KOshowKO, Philosophy of Sound and iubar project monikers. Martin is currently a Lecturer in Music Industry at the University of Newcastle and, in the past decade has been teaching music production and other music industry-related disciplines at universities in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.