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Embodied Musical Interaction

Tanaka, Atau. 2019. Embodied Musical Interaction. In: Simon Holland; Tom Mudd; Katie Wilkie-McKenna; Andrew McPherson and Marcelo Wanderley, eds. New Directions in Music and Human-Computer Interaction. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 135-154. ISBN 9783319920689 [Book Section]

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Music is a natural partner to human-computer interaction, offering tasks and use cases for novel forms of interaction. The richness of the relationship between a performer and their instrument in expressive musical performance can provide valuable insight to human-computer interaction (HCI) researchers interested in applying these forms of deep interaction to other fields. Despite the longstanding connection between music and HCI, it is not an automatic one, and its history arguably points to as many differences as it does overlaps. Music research and HCI research both encompass broad issues, and utilize a wide range of methods. In this chapter I discuss how the concept of embodied interaction can be one way to think about music interaction. I propose how the three “paradigms” of HCI and three design accounts from the interaction design literature can serve as a lens through which to consider types of music HCI. I use this conceptual framework to discuss three different musical projects—Haptic Wave, Form Follows Sound, and BioMuse.

Item Type:

Book Section

Identification Number (DOI):

https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92069-6_9

Additional Information:

Contacted author for AAM. PS 15/3/19

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Computing

Dates:

DateEvent
7 February 2019Published Online

Item ID:

26000

Date Deposited:

15 Mar 2019 16:27

Last Modified:

15 Mar 2019 16:27

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/26000

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