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Collaborative Music-Making with Interactive Tabletops

@inproceedings{Klgel2015CollaborativeMW,
  title={Collaborative Music-Making with Interactive Tabletops},
  author={Niklas Kl{\"u}gel},
  year={2015}
}
Few IT-systems focus on collaboration in electronic music-making, despite evidence that musical engagement is embedded deeply into socio-cultural and collaborative constructs. Hence, certain socio-technological aspects and phenomena can not be leveraged for these creative tasks. We aim to foster musical collaboration by means of IT-driven, situative creativity support that makes use of interactive tabletops. Musical domains are approached on the basis of structural, perceptional and… 

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