Exploring Novel ways of interaction in musical performance

@inproceedings{Bongers1999ExploringNW,
  title={Exploring Novel ways of interaction in musical performance},
  author={Bert Bongers},
  booktitle={Creativity & Cognition},
  year={1999}
}
There are many interactions possible between performer, (electronic) system and audience, involving various modes of communication. In this paper, a concise overview and theoretic fiamework based on research mainly carried out in the HCI field (Human-Computer Interaction) is described, illustrated with a research project in musical performance and interactive technology. The approach described focuses on the physical interaction between people and systems, rather then the interactive behaviour… CONTINUE READING

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