5G’s Impact on Live Music.

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These are the people pushing to introduce next-generation wireless apps to the live music experience.

Since the first time someone put in an amplifier or a microphone, technology has been a component in increasing the live music experience and the connection between performer and audience. Now, thanks to the strength of Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband, which is accessible in areas of certain cities and venues, that connection might take a giant leap ahead. Next-generation applications might bring fans closer to the music and concert memories they love, from high-quality audio piped directly to an audience member’s headphones to contactless goods transactions that could eliminate long lines.

Mixhalo and Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband raise the bar for live sound.

At a concert or festival, live sound can be both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you’re listening to the purest form of the music you adore. On the other hand, you’re at the mercy of sound systems that aren’t always of the highest quality, with even slight adjustments in your position relative to the stage having an impact on the fidelity of the signal that reaches your ears.

Mixhalo’s creators hope to alleviate this problem by using mobile devices and Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband to send a mix directly from the sound board to the audience’s headphones. Mike Einziger, guitarist for the rock band, founded the company. Mixhalo uses scalable antennae to send high-quality music from a venue’s sound system to either the company’s proprietary app or the venue’s or event’s app, as well as Ann Marie Simpson-Einziger, a violinist who has performed with everyone from pop singers to iconic film composers. The end product is a crystal clear sound that has been perfectly blended and may be played on a mobile device.

It may not make sense to festivalgoers who are focused on the sound coming directly from the stage, but Mixhalo’s creators frequently mention the “Mixhalo smile”: the look on a music lover’s face when they hear the degree of quality the app provides. And there are a variety of uses at events like music festivals, such as allowing attendees to sample acts on stages other than the one where they are now located. Live music may sound better than ever using Mixhalo’s signal, which is provided with ultra-low latency by Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband.

Benjamin Turner

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