Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Virtual Choir

I found this on Kevin Kelly's blog - the Virtual Choir.

Kevin says it best - so I simply quote...

"Many critics of web technology complain that there is nothing special enabled by social media which you could not do with traditional media. Yes, you could make a choir of 200, but it would probably not sing like this. Take a look at this virtual choir. It brings 185 voices, all recorded independently at home, and then combined into a virtual choir. Each voice (available on the side of the video) is expert, each face unique; combined they are heavenly"

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