Everyone who has enjoyed live music can tell you that a live sonic experience is vastly different from something streaming from your computer. On that note, music that we play from our computer actually sounds different from the tunes recorded by the artist in the studio. Through bytes and binaries, sometimes, things get lost in translation. HP is determined to revolutionize music playback and has worked closely with Dr. Dre and Jimmy lovine to create the Beats Audio technology to improve the quality of digital music playback on the PC. As a part of HP's campaign to enable users to enjoy music the way artists intended their music to be reveled, it will be hosting a Summer Concert Series with Intel and several artists in July. The series kick started today with Colorado-bred band, One Republic, today at the Reuters' Building in Times Square NYC. The live studio session was broadcasted live at Times Square via the Reuters and NASDAQ billboards, and also online. Freshness joined the band at the studio for the live recording session and enjoyed some tunes we wish we could sonically deliver with the same live experience.
Check out some pictures of the band from the event, and take note that Weezer will be up next tomorrow for the summer concert series, followed by Train on Jul 22. If you can't make it out to Times Square, the performance will be streamed live via facebook. Enjoy! images by Freshness