Keyword(s):Cognitive Science , Interface , Computer Music , Interactivity
In this article, the author notes that it would be of great methodological significance if one could use general features that define human information processing in formulating guidelines for the design of user-interfaces for computer music tasks. In addressing this idea he discusses parallels between computer music systems and a particular model of human memory.
All references of the same author:
(English)Laske, Otto (1981). Toward a Definition of Computer Music
Laske, Otto (1999). Furies and Voices: Composition-Theoretical Observations
Laske, Otto (2002). Subscore Manipulation as a Tool for Compositional and Sonic Design