A look a back at the FIRST live TriCaster webcast of the Bootsy Collins concert aboard the John Lennon educational tour bus.
About the Lennon Bus:
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus presented by Canon is a non-profit 501(c)(3) state-of-the-art mobile audio and HD video recording and production facility. In its 20th year, with the very newest technology and gear, the Bus continues to be dedicated to providing young people with tours of the studios and participation in free digital media production workshops. Assisted by three on-board engineers, students can learn how to write, record, and produce original songs, music videos, documentaries, and live multi-camera video productions streamed to the web in real-time – all in one day!
The Lennon Bus is highly adaptable, designed to provide students, their schools and communities with performances, hands-on demonstrations, remote recordings, and studio sessions customized for their needs, levels of experience and interest. The Bus travels the country visiting schools, music and technology conferences and events, and partners with communities and media outlets to call attention to the importance of arts and digital media education.
All projects created on board are available for viewing on YouTube.
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is made possible by Yoko Ono Lennon and the following sponsors and contributors:
Canon U.S.A., Inc., Apple, Inc., Juniper Networks, Other World Computing, Yamaha, Securematics, Neutrik, Line 6, The NAMM Foundation, SESAC, Digital Media Academy, Audio-Technica, Genelec, Sonnet Technologies, Focusrite, Avid, SSL, NewTek, TodoCast, IP Access, Reflecmedia, Viprinet, Baker & McKenzie, Litepanels, Clear-Com, Anton/Bauer, AJA, Copperpeace, Applied Acoustics Systems, Mobile Roadie, McDSP, Native Instruments, IK Multimedia, Noise Industries, iZotope, Mad Mimi, Ableton, Mackie, Guitar Player, Bass Player, Electronic Musician, Keyboard Magazine, SKB, and LiveU.
Learn more about the Lennon bus HERE