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Rasper: a Mechatronic Noise-Intoner

@inproceedings{Zareei2014RasperAM,
  title={Rasper: a Mechatronic Noise-Intoner},
  author={Mo H. Zareei and Ajay Kapur and Dale Anthony Carnegie},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mo H. Zareei, Ajay Kapur, Dale Anthony Carnegie
  • Published in NIME 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Over the past few decades, there has been an increasing number of musical instruments and works of sound art that incorporate robotics and mechatronics. This paper proposes a new approach in classification of such works and focuses on those whose ideological roots can be sought in Luigi Russolo’s noise-intoners (intonarumori). It presents a discussion on works in which mechatronics is used to investigate new––and traditionally perceived as “extra-musical”––sonic territories, and introduces… CONTINUE READING

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