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NIME
2005
Springer
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A Comparison of Sensor Strategies for Capturing Percussive Gestures
Drum controllers designed by researchers and commercial companies use a variety of techniques for capturing percussive gestures. It is challenging to obtain both quick response ti...
Adam R. Tindale, Ajay Kapur, George Tzanetakis, Pe...
NIME
2005
Springer
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HandySinger: Expressive Singing Voice Morphing using Personified Hand-puppet Interface
Tomoko Yonezawa, Noriko Suzuki, Kenji Mase, Kiyosh...
NIME
2005
Springer
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REMUPP - An Interactive Tool for Investigating Musical Properties and Relations
A typical experiment design within the field of music psychology is playing music to a test subject who listens and reacts – most often by verbal means. One limitation of this k...
Johnny Wingstedt, Mats Liljedahl, Stefan Lindberg,...
NIME
2005
Springer
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"iltur" - Connecting Novices and Experts Through Collaborative Improvisation
The iltur system features a novel method of interaction between expert and novice musicians through a set of musical controllers called Beatbugs. Beatbug players can record live m...
Gil Weinberg, Scott Driscoll
NIME
2005
Springer
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Bubbaboard and Mommaspeaker: Creating Digital Tonal Sounds from an Acoustic Percussive Instrument
This paper describes the transformation of an everyday object into a digital musical instrument. By tracking hand movements and tilt on one of two axes, the Bubbaboard, a transfor...
Derek Wang
NIME
2005
Springer
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Haptic Music Exercises
Pluck, ring, rub, bang, strike, and squeeze are all simple gestures used in controlling music. A single motor/encoder plus a force-sensor has proved to be a useful platform for ex...
William Verplank
NIME
2005
Springer
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Wireless Dance Control: PAIR and WISEAR
WISEAR (Wireless Sensor Array) is a Linux based Embeddedx86 TS- 5600 SBC (Single Board Computer) specifically configured for use with music, dance and video performance technologi...
Peter Swendsen, David Topper
NIME
2005
Springer
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Toward Direct Brain-Computer Musical Interfaces
Musicians and composers have been using brainwaves as generative sources in music for at least 40 years and the possibility of a brain-computer interface for direct communication ...
Eduardo Reck Miranda, Andrew Brouse
NIME
2005
Springer
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A Large-Scale Networked Robotic Musical Instrument Installation
This paper describes an installation created by LEMUR (League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots) in January, 2005. The installation included over 30 robotic musical instruments a...
Eric Singer
NIME
2005
Springer
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Swayway MIDI Chimes
Mauricio Melo, Doria Fan
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