The Academic Use Delay From Facebook Live to Loop a Song

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  1. Melody Bot

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    The Academic used the delay from a Facebook Live recording to loop their song. Mashable explains, but it’s really worth seeing:


    It’s a little easier to understand if you actually see it in action, but essentially, the band performs for a Facebook Live feed that’s then projected behind them. They manage to sync up and perform with the same delayed feed a few seconds later, and as the song progresses, it gets more and more interesting.

     
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  2. SuNDaYSTaR

    Regular

    Saw that a while ago; pretty neat use of a glitch in technology.
     
  3. The Format

    Regular

    Damn. that's pretty cool.
     
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  5. I Am Mick

    I AM GRAVE BUG Prestigious

    I don't care for the song but that was super impressive
     
  6. Mr. Serotonin

    I'm still staring down the sun Prestigious

    Thattttt was cool.
     
  7. Orville

    Newbie

    That was super well done, ive never heard this band or song before, i really liked the element of surpise i got from it. Reminded of the days when ok go did the craziest one take videos.
     
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  8. zigbigwig

    TOM NOOK? MORE LIKE TOM SHOOK Prestigious

    Crazy. That was pretty cool.
     
  9. kyleadams

    formerly thisisalchemy Prestigious

    that was so tight. song was ok but execution was so good.
     
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