Multisensory instrumental dynamics as an emergent paradigm for digital musical creation
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The nature of human/instrument interaction is a long-standing area of study, drawing interest from fields as diverse as philosophy, cognitive sciences, anthropology, human–computer-interaction, and artistic creation. In particular, the case of the interaction between performer and musical instrument provides an enticing framework for studying the instrumental dynamics that allow for embodiment, skill acquisition and virtuosity with (electro-)acoustical instruments, and questioning how such notions may be transferred into the realm of digital music technologies and virtual instruments. This paper offers a study of concepts and technologies allowing for instrumental dynamics with Digital Musical Instruments, through an analysis of haptic-audio creation centred on (a) theoretical and conceptual frameworks, (b) technological components—namely physical modelling techniques for the design of virtual mechanical systems and force-feedback technologies allowing mechanical coupling with them, and (c) a corpus of artistic works based on this approach. Through this retrospective, we argue that artistic works created in this field over the last 20 years—and those yet to come—may be of significant importance to the haptics community as new objects that question physicality, tangibility, and creativity from a fresh and rather singular angle. Following which, we discuss the convergence of efforts in this field, challenges still ahead, and the possible emergence of a new transdisciplinary community focused on multisensory digital art forms.
Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces;
Leonard, J., Villeneuve, J. and Kontogeorgakopoulos, A. (2020) 'Multisensory instrumental dynamics as an emergent paradigm for digital musical creation', Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, 14(3), pp.235-253.
Dynodwr Gwrthrych Digidol (DOI)2020-07-07
Article published in Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces on 07 July 2020, available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12193-020-00334-y.
Cardiff Metropolitan University (Grant ID: Cardiff Metropolian (Internal))
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