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|Keywords:||Piano;Improvisation;Gesture recognition;Machine learning|
|Publisher:||Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press|
|Citation:||Leonardo, 48(3): 294-295, (June 2015)|
|Abstract:||We describe a gesturally-controlled improvisation system for an experimental pianist, developed over several laboratory sessions and used during a performance  at the 2011 Conference on New Inter- faces for Musical Expression (NIME). We discuss the architecture and performative advantages and limitations of our gesturally-controlled improvisation system, and reflect on the lessons learned throughout its development. KEYWORDS: piano; improvisation; gesture recognition; machine learning.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Arts and Humanities Research Papers|
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