An ubiquitous smart guitar system for collaborative musical practice

@article{Turchet2019AnUS,
  title={An ubiquitous smart guitar system for collaborative musical practice},
  author={Luca Turchet and Mathieu Barthet},
  journal={Journal of New Music Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={48},
  pages={352 - 365}
}
ABSTRACT Ubiquitous music (UbiMus) proposes to study how social interaction with mobile and distributed technologies can converge to form novel creativity support tools and music artistic practices. A recent field overlapping with UbiMus is the Internet of Musical Things, which refers to ecosystems of interconnected embedded computers (Musical Things) enabling users to produce, interact with or experience musical content. Musical Things embed electronics, sensors, data forwarding and processing… 
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