Rehearsal Live Share - Early Questions
We’ve gotten an incredible early response to our RLS product announcement. This FAQ is meant to respond to some of the common early questions.
What is Rehearsal Live Share? How does it work?
- Rehearsal Live Share (RLS) is a remote music rehearsal and performance technology developed by Realtime Music Solutions. It allows a "director" to hear a live, synchronized music performance by one or more participants over the internet. See our guided tour video for more details.
When will RLS be available?
- RLS is live and as of the 10/01/20 v1.05 release, we can accomodate 20 person sessions (1 director, 19 participants) in both RMS Mix (for standard audio) and RMS Coach (for MIDI data). We have a long list of features and enhancements we intend to add. So each month going forward will see an expanded and more versatile resource.
Can I use Rehearsal Live Share with content not developed by RMS?
Where do I download RLS?
How much does it cost?
What are the minimum tech specs?
- MacOS 10.13 or later | Windows 8.1 (64 bit) or later
- Quad core CPU for director | Dual core CPU for participants
- 4GB of RAM
- Broadband Internet speeds of 100 mbps for director | 30 mbps for participants
- Equipment recommendations
Is there a general information guide for getting started?
How do you handle security? What about Zoom Bombing?
- When you as director initiate an RLS session, you invite specific people to join. It is not possible to enter a session without the director's explicit authorization.
Will my students have to pay to access RMS Creator content or RLS?
How many people can rehearse together with RLS?
How does RLS handle latency?
Can I utilize Rehearsal Live Share for instruments other than voice?
- Glad you asked, read on here.
What do people on an RLS session hear?
Can you recommend equipment for RLS use?
What are some of the longer term plans for RLS?
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