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#rondeauchallenge: FarPlay style
We love to see the amazing things people do with FarPlay! How do you participate in the #rondeauchallenge trending on social media? If you’re world-class Italian trumpet player Marco Pierobon, you use FarPlay to rehearse with three of your friends in Italy and Switzerland. Watch Marco, Francesco Gibellini, Stefano Ammannati, and Aldo Pizzagalli perform in tight rhythm together from four locations across 200 km.
Hochschule für Musik Dresden features FarPlay
Under the direction of Anselm Vollprecht at the Hochschule für Musik (HfM) Dresden, students experimented with performing music online as part of the two-year project “Online Music Making and Teaching in the Digital University Space.” The project produced an illustrated setup booklet, setup tutorial videos, and samples of low-latency performances. FarPlay features heavily in these resources—all the performance samples were made with FarPlay. Access these free resources, which are fantastic for our German-speaking musicians, by visiting the project’s page.
Project graphic design and layout: Tobias Retschke (bureau.fm)
Stay in touch
A heartfelt thanks to our users for helping us grow our community on social media.
We invite you to share how you use FarPlay and to tag us at @farplayapp on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter.
You can still sign up for our next monthly tech-support session, Sunday February 18th 2pm–3:30pm New York time (8pm–9:30pm Central European time).
We’ve been loving featuring our amazing users. If you’d like to be included — whether you use FarPlay for lessons, rehearsals, jam sessions, or conversations — we’d love to talk to you. You can let us know by emailing us at email@example.com. For tech support questions, our forum is the fastest way to reach us. If you need to reach us privately, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org — we’re happy to help!
—David Liao & the FarPlay team