I contributed to the world's first online remote concert, where musicians in seven cities in the US and UK performed simultaneously, each group streaming audio to the other six to form one cohesive orchestra.
Federation of Laptop Orchestras
One of the greatest limitations of the Federation of Laptop Orchestras, or FLO, was the speed of light. Because the FLO performance depended on internet streaming between San Francisco, Pittsburgh, Belfast, and other cities, each city heard a slightly different performance with up to 200ms latency between different performers. To overcome this limitation, FLO focused on composing ambient musical textures rather than strictly timed melodies and harmonies.
Unfortunately the full performance of the Federation of Laptop Orchestras was never released, but you can hear part of the performance in the video above, and read the Carnegie Mellon press release.