System And Method for Distributed Audio Recording and Collaborative Mixing

David Grandinetti (Inventor), Ian Molloy (Inventor), James Howison (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

Two or more wireless devices can be independently controlled by their respective users, a mixer component, or a leader wireless device to perform audio recording, convert the recorded audio into a standard or proprietary audio stream format, and transmit the audio stream to a server. The real-time clocks of two or more participating wireless devices can be synchronized. A wireless device can insert timestamps into the audio stream to facilitate the mixing operation. Mixing of the two or more audio streams recorded by wireless devices can be performed by a mixer component either in real time (contemporaneously with the recording) or asynchronously with respect to the recording. The mixing can be performed in a fully automated mode, and/or in an operator-assisted mode.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Patent number8,301,076
StatePublished - Mar 12 2009

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    Grandinetti, D., Molloy, I., & Howison, J. (2009). System And Method for Distributed Audio Recording and Collaborative Mixing. (Patent No. 8,301,076).