Yasuski is performing a series of completely wireless gigs, opening for Crome Molybdan at Akasaka Red Theater in Tokyo and later in Osaka at Umeda HEP Hall.  He’s using AKG wireless audio, WiFi/MIDI by XBee modules, and the iPad. Concerned that all his wireless audio might interfere with each other around 2.4GHz, he discovered that his laptop PC can change its WiFi frequency to ~5GHz to avoid mutual interference.

Check out Yasuski’s blog for videos from the live performances.

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