Corpus ID: 3139572

El-Lamellophone A Low-cost, DIY, Open Framework for Acoustic Lemellophone Based Hyperinstruments

@inproceedings{Trail2014ElLamellophoneAL,
  title={El-Lamellophone A Low-cost, DIY, Open Framework for Acoustic Lemellophone Based Hyperinstruments},
  author={Shawn Trail and D. MacConnell and Leonardo Jenkins and J. Snyder and G. Tzanetakis and P. Driessen},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2014}
}
The El-Lamellophone (El-La) is a Lamellophone hyperinstrument incorporating electronic sensors and integrated DSP. [...] Key Method This signal inputs and outputs the micro-computer via stereo 1/8th inch phono jacks. Sensors provide gesture recognition affording the performer a broader, more dynamic range of ”musical human-computer interaction”(MHCI) over specific DSP functions.Expand
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