Hunt, Andy, Kirk, Ross


MidiGrid: Past, Present and Future

In Proceedings of the 2003 International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME-03). Montreal, Canada: 135-139.


Language(s): English


Electroacoustic Instruments Interactive Instruments Live Electronics MIDI


In this paper, the authors review the development, and evaluate the uses of the MidiGrid instrument - a mouse-controlled, computer-based musical instrument for the live performance of MIDI-based musical material, that was invented in1987. Following this evaluation the authors highlight the work in progress (2003) concerning its transformation from MidiGrid into MediaGrid.

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Hunt, Andy, Kirk, Ross (2000). Mapping Strategies for Musical Performance

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