Music and Human-Computer Interaction


ISBN: 978-1-4471-2989-9 (Print) 978-1-4471-2990-5 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-28

    Music Interaction: Understanding Music and Human-Computer Interaction

  3. Chapter

    Pages 29-47

    Should Music Interaction Be Easy?

  4. Chapter

    Pages 49-66

    Amateur Musicians, Long-Term Engagement, and HCI

  5. Chapter

    Pages 67-83

    Affective Musical Interaction: Influencing Users’ Behaviour and Experiences with Music

  6. Chapter

    Pages 85-99

    Chasing a Feeling: Experience in Computer Supported Jamming

  7. Chapter

    Pages 101-122

    The Haptic Bracelets: Learning Multi-Limb Rhythm Skills from Haptic Stimuli While Reading

  8. Chapter

    Pages 123-138

    Piano Technique as a Case Study in Expressive Gestural Interaction

  9. Chapter

    Pages 139-152

    Live Music-Making: A Rich Open Task Requires a Rich Open Interface

  10. Chapter

    Pages 153-169

    A New Interaction Strategy for Musical Timbre Design

  11. Chapter

    Pages 171-188

    Pulsed Melodic Processing – The Use of Melodies in Affective Computations for Increased Processing Transparency

  12. Chapter

    Pages 189-205

    Computer Musicking: HCI, CSCW and Collaborative Digital Musical Interaction

  13. Chapter

    Pages 207-221

    Song Walker Harmony Space: Embodied Interaction Design for Complex Musical Skills

  14. Chapter

    Pages 223-240

    Evolutionary and Generative Music Informs Music HCI—And Vice Versa

  15. Chapter

    Pages 241-258

    Video Analysis for Evaluating Music Interaction: Musical Tabletops

  16. Chapter

    Pages 259-270

    Towards a Participatory Approach for Interaction Design Based on Conceptual Metaphor Theory: A Case Study from Music Interaction

  17. Chapter

    Pages 271-286

    Appropriate and Complementary Rhythmic Improvisation in an Interactive Music System

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 287-292