The Impact of Haptic Guidance on Musical Motor Learning

@inproceedings{Grindlay2006TheIO,
  title={The Impact of Haptic Guidance on Musical Motor Learning},
  author={Graham Grindlay},
  year={2006}
}
Skilled musical performance provides one of the best demonstrations of the upper limits of the human motor system’s capabilities. It is therefore not surprising that learning to play an instrument is a long and difficult process. Teachers and education researchers alike have long since recognized that while learning rate is dependent on the quantity of practice, perhaps even more important is the quality of that practice. However, for non-trivial skills such as music performance, just gaining… CONTINUE READING
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