Tangible Scores: Shaping the Inherent Instrument Score

@inproceedings{Toms2014TangibleSS,
  title={Tangible Scores: Shaping the Inherent Instrument Score},
  author={Enrique Tom{\'a}s and Martin Kaltenbrunner},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2014}
}
Tangible Scores are a new paradigm for musical instrument design with a physical configuration inspired by graphic scores. In this paper we will focus on the design aspects of this new interface as well as on some of the related technical details. Creating an intuitive, modular and expressive instrument for textural music was the primary driving force. Following these criteria, we literally incorporated a musical score onto the surface of the instrument as a way of continuously controlling… CONTINUE READING

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