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MUSINK: COMPOSING MUSIC THROUGH AUGMENTED DRAWING
8 April 2009

T. Tsandilas, C. Letondal and W. Mackay. Musink: Composing Music through Augmented Drawing, In CHI '09: Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors and Computing Systems, pages 819-828, ACM, April 2009.
We focus on the creative use of paper in the music composition process, particularly the interaction between paper and end-user programming. When expressing musica ideas, composers draw in a precise way, not just sketch Working in close collaboration with composers, we designed Musink to provide them with a smooth transition between paper drawings and OpenMusic, a flexible music composition tool. Musink's built-in recognizers handle common needs, such as scoping and annotation. Users can also define new gestures and associate them with their own or pre-defined software functions. Musink supports semi-structured, delayed interpretation and serves as a customizable gesture browser, giving composers significant freedom to create their own, individualized composition languages and to experiment with music, on-paper and on-line.

CHI 2009 Best Paper Award

Keyword
  ° Human-Computer Interaction
  ° Design and Evaluation of Interactive Systems
  ° Field Studies

Group
  ° Human-Centered Computing

Contact
  ° TSANDILAS Theophanis
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