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Tarabella L., Carosi P., Bertini G. A language and some interfaces for computer music live performance. In: Symposium on Generative Grammars for Music Performances (Aarhus, Denmark, 18 September 1994). Proceedings, pp. 25 - 29. Johan Sundberg (ed.). Departement of Speech Communication and Music Acoustics - KTH, 1994.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
A music language and some original man-machine interfaces for interactive performances developed at the Computer Music Department of CNUCE are here described: - the RealTime Concurrent PascalMusic (RTCPM), a musical language for algorithmic composition and interactive performance; - the Light Baton, a special conductor baton with a small lamp on the tip, whose movements are detected by a CCD camera and digitized as light-point-position changes for extracting information about the correspondig paths; - the Shine-Hands, based on the same hardware of the Light Baton, which detects the position and the movements of the hands of a performer wearing special reflecting gloves; - the Infrared-Combs, an infrared-sensor device which detects the position and the orientation of a performer's hands inside an active area.
Subject Interface
H.5.5 Sound and Music Computing
H.5.2 User Interfaces


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