Haptic Guidance Benefits Musical Motor Learning

@article{Grindlay2008HapticGB,
  title={Haptic Guidance Benefits Musical Motor Learning},
  author={Graham Grindlay},
  journal={2008 Symposium on Haptic Interfaces for Virtual Environment and Teleoperator Systems},
  year={2008},
  pages={397-404}
}
This paper presents the results of a pilot experiment looking at the effect of haptic guidance on musical training. A percussion performance task was used where subjects learned to play short rhythmic sequences on a device capable of recording drumstick movements with a high degree of spatiotemporal accuracy. Subjects learned to perform the sequences under three primary training paradigms: listening to the rhythm (audio), being guided through the motions involved in the rhythm's performance… CONTINUE READING
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