A NIME Reader

Fifteen Years of New Interfaces for Musical Expression

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ISBN: 978-3-319-47213-3 (Print) 978-3-319-47214-0 (Online)

Table of contents (30 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxix

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    2001: Principles for Designing Computer Music Controllers

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    Pages 15-27

    2001: Problems and Prospects for Intimate Musical Control of Computers

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    Pages 29-44

    2002: The Importance of Parameter Mapping in Electronic Instrument Design

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    Pages 45-58

    2002: Multimodal Interaction in Music Using the Electromyogram and Relative Position Sensing

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    Pages 59-70

    2002: The Plank: Designing a Simple Haptic Controller

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    Pages 71-87

    2003: Contexts of Collaborative Musical Experiences

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    Pages 89-106

    2003: Sonigraphical Instruments: From FMOL to the reacTable*

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    Pages 107-124

    2003: Designing, Playing, and Performing with a Vision-Based Mouth Interface

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    Pages 125-145

    2003: OpenSound Control: State of the Art 2003

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    Pages 147-163

    2004: The Electronic Sitar Controller

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    Pages 165-180

    2004: PebbleBox and CrumbleBag: Tactile Interfaces for Granular Synthesis

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    Pages 181-191

    2004: Toward a Generalized Friction Controller: From the Bowed String to Unusual Musical Instruments

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    Pages 193-210

    2004: On-the-Fly Programming: Using Code as an Expressive Musical Instrument

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    Pages 211-222

    2005: Towards a Dimension Space for Musical Devices

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    Pages 223-234

    2005: The Overtone Violin

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    Pages 235-251

    2006: Sensemble: A Wireless, Compact, Multi-user Sensor System for Interactive Dance

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    Pages 253-265

    2006: Mobile Music Technology: Report on an Emerging Community

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    Pages 267-284

    2007: Wireless Sensor Interface and Gesture-Follower for Music Pedagogy

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    Pages 285-297

    2007: Don’t Forget the Laptop: Using Native Input Capabilities for Expressive Musical Control

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    Pages 299-315

    2007: Expression and Its Discontents: Toward an Ecology of Musical Creation

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