nbn Highlights Virtual Streaming Benefits

Thursday, March 02, 2017

nbn™ Australia highlights virtual streaming across multiple platforms on their broadband network to create a musical sound track. The users produced this sound track without ever meeting face-to-face. The collaboration was achieved according to nbn, entirely online, in the "artists’ bedrooms via the nbn™ network, with the help of musical maestro and GQ Breakthrough Solo Artist of 2016, Harts.  Using video conferencing, file transfer sites and social media, ‘Firefly’ is a celebration of music truly becoming borderless".

nbn Virtual band mentor, Harts said:

“Two Sense is evidence of how access to the nbn™ network can provide Australians with the opportunity to stream, share, create and perform music across multiple platforms. It’s been incredible to mentor such talented musicians in this cross-country collaboration and see how the internet is transforming the world of music.

“We have been developing and pushing the boundaries in the creation of ‘Firefly’, discovering that music today is limitless. It is a beautifully earthy track, integrating digitally produced sound with a raw, folk guitar melody.”

nbn connects singer, songwriter, producer, Harts with budding musicians across the country (see below):

  • Vocalist and songwriter, Rowena Wise from Brunswick, Victoria
  • Producer Jayden Rando (aka Rando) from Bunbury, Western Australia
  • Indie-folk guitarist Lucy Mills (aka Leo) from Wollongong, New South Wales

 nbn virtual Harts music band projectImage courtesy of nbn 2017

Tune-in and stream-on to Two Sense’s debut track ‘Firefly’ on YouTube and check out the band’s journey by following their progress on the nbn™ blog.

Source available: http://www.nbnco.com.au/corporate-information/media-centre/media-releases/Australias-virtual-band-give-their-Two-Sense.html 

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