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NIME 2003: New Interfaces for Musical Expression 2003-05-22

Fullname:NIME 2003: New Interfaces for Musical Expression
Editors:François Thibault
Location:Montréal, Québec
Dates:2003-May-22 to 2003-May-24
Standard No:ISBN 0-7717-0604-9; hcibib: NIME03
Papers:48
Pages:246
Links:Conference Website | Online Proceedings
  1. Paper Session I
  2. Report Session I
  3. Report Session II
  4. Paper Session II
  5. Report Session III
  6. Report Session IV
  7. Paper Session III
  8. Report Session V
  9. Report Session VI
  10. Additional Documents
  11. Poster Session
  12. Demo I
  13. Demo II
  14. Invited Papers

Paper Session I

EpipE: Exploration of the Uilleann Pipes as a Potential Controller for Computer-Based Music BIBPDF 3-8
  Cormac Cannon; Stephen Hughes; M. Sile O'Modhrain
HyperPuja: A Tibetan Singing Bowl Controller BIBPDF 9-14
  Diana Young; Georg Essl

Report Session I

THE PIPE: Explorations with Breath Control BIBPDF 15-18
  Gary P. Scavone
The STRIMIDILATOR, a String Controlled MIDI-Instrument BIBPDF 19-23
  Marije A. J. Baalman
Microcontrollers in Music HCI Instruction -- Reflections on our Switch to the Atmel AVR Platform BIBPDF 24-29
  Scott Wilson; Michael Gurevich; Bill Verplank; Pascal Stang
Mixxx: Towards Novel DJ Interfaces BIBPDF 30-35
  Tue Haste Andersen

Report Session II

Score Following: State of the Art and New Developments BIBPDF 36-41
  Nicola Orio; Serge Lemouton; Diemo Schwarz; Norbert Schnell
Indirect Acquisition of Instrumental Gesture Based on Signal, Physical and Perceptual Information BIBPDF 42-47
  Caroline Traube; Philippe Depalle; Marcelo M. Wanderley
Bio-Sensing Systems and Bio-Feedback Systems for Interactive Media Arts BIBPDF 48-53
  Yoichi Nagashima

Paper Session II

Characterizing and Controlling Musical Material Intuitively with Geometric Models BIBPDF 54-62
  Ali Momeni; David Wessel
Composing for the (dis)Embodied Ensemble: Notational Systems in (dis)Appearances BIBPDF 63-69
  Matthew Burtner
Sonigraphical Instruments: From FMOL to the reacTable* BIBPDF 70-76
  Sergi Jordà

Report Session III

Ergonomic Design of a Portable Musical Instrument BIBPDF 77-82
  Motohide Hatanaka
Sound Kitchen: Designing a Chemically Controlled Musical Performance BIBPDF 83-86
  Hiroko Shiraiwa; Rodrigo Segnini; Vivian Woo
TGarden: Wearable Instruments and Augmented Physicality BIBPDF 87-90
  Joel Ryan; Christopher Salter
Duet Musical Companion: Improvisational Interfaces for Children BIBPDF 91-94
  David Ventura; Kenji Mase

Report Session IV

Force Feedback Gesture Controlled Physical Modelling Synthesis BIBPDF 95-98
  David M. Howard; Stuart Rimell; Andy Hunt
Real-time Adaptive Control of Modal Synthesis BIBPDF 99-103
  Reynald Hoskinson; Kees van den Doel; Sidney Fels
Playability Evaluation of a Virtual Bowed String Instrument BIBPDF 104-108
  Diana Young; Stefania Serafin

Paper Session III

Sonic City: The Urban Environment as a Musical Interface BIBPDF 109-115
  Lalya Gaye; Ramia Mazé; Lars Erik Holmquist
Designing, Playing, and Performing with a Vision-based Mouth Interface BIBPDF 116-120
  Michael J. Lyons; Michael Haehnel; Nobuji Tetsutani
E-mic: Extended Mic-stand Interface Controller BIBPDF 122-128
  Donna Hewitt; Ian Stevenson

Report Session V

Contexts of Collaborative Musical Experiences BIBPDF 129-134
  Tina Blaine; Sidney Fels
MidiGrid: Past, Present and Future BIBPDF 135-139
  Andy Hunt; Ross Kirk
Bimanuality in Alternate Musical Instruments BIBPDF 140-145
  Loïc Kessous; Daniel Arfib
An Experimental Set of Hand Gestures for Expressive Control of Musical Parameters in Realtime BIBPDF 146-150
  Paul Modler; Tony Myatt; Michael Saup

Report Session VI

Immersion Music: A Progress Report BIBPDF 151-152
  Teresa Marrin Nakra
OpenSound Control: State of the Art 2003 BIBPDF 153-159
  Matthew Wright; Adrian Freed; Ali Momeni

Additional Documents

Gestural Control of Music Using the Vicon 8 Motion Capture System BIBPDF 161-163
  Christopher Dobrian; Frédéric Bevilacqua
Why Always Versatile?: Dynamically Customizable Musical Instruments Facilitate Expressive Performances BIBPDF 164-169
  Kazushi Nishimoto; Chika Oshima; Yohei Miyagawa
Block Jam: A Tangible Interface for Interactive Music BIBPDF 170-177
  Henry Newton Dunn; Hiroki Nakano; James Gibson

Poster Session

The Gluiph: a Nucleus for Integrated Instruments BIBPDF 180-183
  Sukandar Kartadinata
Pointing Fingers: Using Multiple Direct Interactions with Visual Objects to Perform Music BIBPDF 184-187
  Jean-Michel Couturier; Daniel Arfib
LEMUR GuitarBot: MIDI Robotic String Instrument BIBPDF 188-191
  Eric Singer; Kevin Larke; David Bianciardi
An Interface for Real-time Classification of Articulations Produced by Violin Bowing BIBPDF 192-196
  Chad Peiper; David Warden; Guy Garnett
Convolution Brother's Instrument Design BIBPDF 197-200
  Zack Settel; Cort Lippe
A Component Model of Gestural Primitive Throughput BIBPDF 201-204
  Insook Choi

Demo I

The Hyper-Flute BIBPDF 206-207
  Cléo Palacio-Quintin
SensorBox: Practical Audio Interface for Gestural Performance BIBPDF 208-210
  Jesse T. Allison; Timothy A. Place
Multi-Conductor: An Onscreen Polymetrical Conducting and Notation Display System BIBPDF 211-212
  Kevin C. Baird
Dsp.rack: Laptop-based Modular, Programmable Digital Signal Processing and Mixing for Live Performance BIBPDF 213-215
  Bill Kleinsasser
BASIS: A Genesis in Musical Interfaces BIBPDF 216-217
  Mathew Laibowitz

Demo II

Head-Tracking for Gestural and Continuous Control of Parameterized Audio Effects BIBPDF 218-219
  David Merrill
Sonic Banana: A Novel Bend-Sensor-Based MIDI Controller BIBPDF 220-221
  Eric Singer
Sodaconductor BIBPDF 222-224
  David Muth; Ed Burton
EoBody: a Follow-up to AtoMIC Pro's Technology BIBPDF 225-226
  Emmanuel Fléty; Marc Sirguy

Invited Papers

Dual-Use Technologies for Electronic Music Controllers: A Personal Perspective BIBPDF 228-234
  Joseph A. Paradiso
ACROE-ICA. Artistic Creation and Computer Interactive Multisensory Simulation Force Feedback Gesture Transducers BIBPDF 235-246
  Claude Cadoz; Annie Luciani; Jean-Loup Florens; Nicolas Castagné