Album recorded by musicians 3,000 miles apart

Two sets of musicians are hailing a world first after playing the first notes on a collaborative album that will be recorded at the same time -- 3,000 miles apart. It is thought to be the first time ever that two sets of musicians will record music at the same time without ever leaving their respective countries. An academic team from Edinburgh Napier has linked up with Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA, to record an album.