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In this paper we present a design for the EpipE, a new expressive electronic music controller based on the Irish Uilleann Pipes, a 7-note polyphonic reeded woodwind. The core of this proposed controller design is a continuous electronic tonehole-sensing arrangement, equally applicable to other woodwind interfaces like those of the flute, recorder or(More)
The Epipe is a novel electronic woodwind controller with continuous tonehole coverage sensing, an initial design for which was introduced at NIME '03. Since then, we have successfully completed two fully operational prototypes. This short paper describes some of the issues encountered during the design and construction of this controller. It also details(More)
Ultrasonic imaging using complementary coded pulses offers the SNR improvements of signal coding without the filter side-lobes introduced by single-transmit codes. Tissue motion between coded pulse emissions, however, can introduce high side-lobes caused by misalignment of complementary filter outputs. This paper presents a method for filtering and motion(More)
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