Performer-instrument Interaction: Applications to Gestural Control of Sound Synthesis

@inproceedings{Wanderley2001PerformerinstrumentIA,
  title={Performer-instrument Interaction: Applications to Gestural Control of Sound Synthesis},
  author={Marcelo M. Wanderley},
  year={2001}
}
This thesis presents the analysis of performer-instrument interaction with applications to gestural control of sound synthesis. This goal is achieved with a two-pronged approach: a) the study of a generic digital musical instrument (DMI), its constituent parts, and the suggestion of novel approaches to its design, and b) the analysis of acoustic instrument performances with the aim of eventually finding cues to improve the design of current DMIs. Part one discusses the general issue of… CONTINUE READING

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