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Ericsson to showcase Music Connect at Mawazine Festival 2019

Ericsson's Music Connect enables musicians in different locations to play together in real time with harmony.

Ericsson to showcase Music Connect at Mawazine Festival 2019

Ericsson has announced its participation in the 18th edition of the Mawazine Festival, one of the world’s largest music events, taking place in Rabat, Morocco from June 21-29, 2019.

Through a showcase of the future technology, Ericsson played Music Connect to exhibit how the future will look like with new innovations that are developed to create immersive experiences for audiences of such big events.

Music Connect enables musicians in different locations playing together in real time with harmony. It will enable more people to enjoy immersive performances than ever before. The higher throughput connection and ultra-low latency enables musicians to practice and perform in real time and perfect synchronization, even when they are geographically apart.

It will also allow musicians with disabilities to participate in musical events and receive or provide training without physically being present – transforming limitations into possibilities.

Music Connect highlights how connectivity can transform our interaction with arts, and the ways that 5G technology will revolutionize the music industry, by providing a much more enhanced, enriching experience through connectivity across the globe.

 

 

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