Does Muséik Distort Video or Audio?
The short answer is "no."
was developed using an assumption that the conductor / live performers
will approach their performance giving the digital elements equal
consideration with the other artistic components. While it is entirely
possible to make tempo choices that distort the film projection or audio
playback, a well-prepared performance should result in tempi that match
the film’s originals within a few clicks in either direction, making
the playback variations in the film and audio files imperceptible.
was conceived as a musical instrument that simply outputs digital
media. Just like any other instrument, the skill and preparation of the
Muséik performer is the single greatest factor in the success and
professionalism of the performance. A well-rehearsed performance of the
media will result in no visible or audible distortion.
What is Muséik and who uses it?
Muséik (mew ZAY ik) is a software platform that allows digital media like video or audio files to be synchronized with a live event without the use of click tracks or bumpers and streamers. It is an easy and affordable solution and perfect for live ...
How Muséik Works - The Basics
Muséik is designed to keep a perfect media sync throughout a live performance. To do this you will need a live person to run the software. This person should be tasked with running the software only. The conductor or an active player in the ensemble ...
Overview of Audio Accompaniment Capabilities
Muséik may be easy and intuitive on the outside, but its audio capabilities under the hood pack a real punch. Other accompaniment tools promise tempo flexibility but audio distortion, or worse - pitch bending - are audible as soon as the tempo ...
How to Practice with Muséik
When you open a Muséik Cinema file and hit play the media plays and the score scrolls across the screen, but most Cinema files do not contain the audio of the music you want to sync with (it will be played live by the ensemble). So how do you ...
There are two ways to output audio from the computer running Museik. Option one is to plug in to the 3.5mm headphone jack. This will give you a decent stereo signal that can be routed to external speakers, a sound board, or other external audio ...