Soloist: Generating Mixed-Initiative Tutorials from Existing Guitar Instructional Videos Through Audio Processing

@article{Wang2021SoloistGM,
  title={Soloist: Generating Mixed-Initiative Tutorials from Existing Guitar Instructional Videos Through Audio Processing},
  author={Bryan Wang and Mengyu Yang and Tovi Grossman},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2021}
}
Learning musical instruments using online instructional videos has become increasingly prevalent. However, pre-recorded videos lack the instantaneous feedback and personal tailoring that human tutors provide. In addition, existing video navigations are not optimized for instrument learning, making the learning experience encumbered. Guided by our formative interviews with guitar players and prior literature, we designed Soloist, a mixed-initiative learning framework that automatically generates… Expand
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