Jordą, Sergi

2004

Digital Instruments and Players: Part I - Efficiency and Apprenticeship

In Proceedings of the 2004 International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME-04). Hamamatsu, Japan: 59-63.

URL: http://hct.ece.ubc.ca/nime/2004/NIME04/paper/NIME04_1D03.pdf

Language(s): English

Keyword(s):

Electroacoustic Instruments

Abstract:

In this paper, the author notes that designers of new digital instruments must be careful in considering the dynamic relation between a player and an instrument, the extent to which the conceptual capabilities of the instruments suggest to their players new ways of thinking, interacting, organising, and performing new music. He presents a framework through which the possibilities and the diversity of music instruments as well as the possibilities and the expressive freedom of human music performers could be evaluated.

All references of the same author:

(English)

Jordą, Sergi (1999). Faust Music On Line: (FMOL) An Approach to Real-Time Collective Composition on the Internet
Jordą, Sergi (2001a). New Musical Interfaces and New Music-making Paradigms
Jordą, Sergi (2001b). Improvising with Computer: A Personal Survey (1989-2001)
Jordą, Sergi (2002a). FMOL: Toward User-Friendly, Sophisticated New Musical Instruments
Jordą, Sergi (2002b). Improvising With Computers: A Personal Survey (1989-2001)
Jordą, Sergi (2003). Sonigraphical Instruments: From FMOL to the reacTable
Jordą, Sergi (2005). Multi-user Instruments: Models, Examples and Promises
JORDĄ, Sergi (2005). Digital Lutherie: Crafting musical computers for new musics' performance and improvisation