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Article Dans Une Revue Procedia Manufacturing Année : 2015

Towards the design of a natural user interface for performing and learning musical gestures

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A large variety of musical instruments, either acoustical or digital, are based on a keyboard scheme. Keyboard instruments can produce sounds through acoustic means but they are increasingly used to control digital sound synthesis processes with nowadays music. Interestingly, with all the different possibilities of sonic outcomes, the input remains a musical gesture. In this paper we present the conceptualization of a Natural User Interface (NUI), named the Intangible Musical Instrument (IMI), aiming to support both learning of expert musical gestures and performing music as a unified user experience. The IMI is designed to recognize metaphors of pianistic gestures, focusing on subtle uses of fingers and upper-body. Based on a typology of musical gestures, a gesture vocabulary has been created, hierarchized from basic to complex. These piano-like gestures are finally recognized and transformed into sounds.
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Edgar Hemery, Sotiris Manitsaris, Fabien Moutarde, Christina Volioti, Athanasios Manitsaris. Towards the design of a natural user interface for performing and learning musical gestures. Procedia Manufacturing, 2015, 3, pp.6329-6336. ⟨10.1016/j.promfg.2015.07.952⟩. ⟨hal-01256374⟩
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