Hearing Club Audio Outside with a Low Pass Filter

When you’re outside of the club, it should sound like you’re outside.

I’m writing today to talk about a cool little feature my friend Ajinkya Waghulde and I have wanted to put into Consortya for over a year. What we envisioned was a muffled audio effect when you’re outside of the club to really capture that feeling where the audio is passing through the walls.

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Optimizing Consortya to Run Great on Your Computer

Consortya is a Massively Multiplayer Online Concert Game. We optimized it. The next time you join a concert in Consortya, you’ll feel the results.

Consortya is a Social Massively Multiplayer Online Game. One musical artist user broadcasts their own music live from their home studio to everyone else. You’ll probably need to check out the experience for yourself to really understand it. Here’s how we optimized it.

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Reactions From a Beta Concert

How we made Consortya more stable for our upcoming concerts.

We had an awesome time hanging out at the Concert With Bunny Knutson last Friday, January 20th 2016. There were a couple of things that didn’t go as planned, and I wanted to take a little time to explain what happened and what we’re going to do to make it better.

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How to go from practicing your instrument to performing it.

If you’re starting to look for gigs, you’ll have to change up your practice routine a bit.

The greatest influence on your musical career is how motivated you are to continue practicing. When you were starting out, it was probably kind of easy to sit in your room and practice your music for hours on end.

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I was recently asked what my angle is for Consortya and how I plan to handle the differences between those fans who watch live performers and those who will interact with live performances in Consortya. I think that is a fair question, and I wrote a pretty long response. I adapted that response to catalog it here.

How do I plan to combat the differences in the demographics of the audience: an audience of people who would go to see you at a club or concert hall, vs an audience who wants to engage with your music from home or a friend’s house?

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