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FeelMusic: Enriching Our Emotive Experience of Music through Audio-Tactile Mappings

Alice Haynes, Jonathan Lawry, Christopher Kent, Jonathan Rossiter
2021 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
By projecting musical features such as rhythm and melody into the haptic domain, we can explore and enrich this embodied sensation; hence, we investigated audio-tactile mappings that successfully render  ...  These mappings, and new tactile compositions, validated that FeelMusic interfaces have the potential to enrich musical experiences and be a means of affective communication in their own right.  ...  This mapping was generated and tested on music samples with clear rhythmic and melodic features.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti5060029 fatcat:3dbfetotnjcijcfgx2xlmg7vva

La Petite Mort: Techniques of Orgasm in Electronic Dance Music

Toby Young
2021 Transposition  
The bass and bass drum are dropped down, and the main groove returns with its regular rhythmic and melodic structures, ideally leaving the dance floor more ecstatic than ever. 44 e important point to  ...  experienced as much through bone conduction as aural penetration) and extreme haptic stimulus of the close proximity of sweaty bodies and sexually suggestive dancing described by Isabella, participants  ...  Bringing together musicological discussions of climax with socio-psychological and neurological research on the orgasm, this article explores the manifold ways in which technologies of arousal in dance  ... 
doi:10.4000/transposition.6024 fatcat:cjksd3flebfq7nt5qt6eegu7ui

A first and second longitudinal study of haptic icon learnability : the impact of rhythm and melody

Bradley Adam Swerdfeger
2009
In an attempt to increase the expressiveness and learnability of rhythmic haptic icons, we explore the addition of melody.  ...  In addition, we present a series of heuristics for designing rhythmic haptic icons, as well as guidelines for haptic icon training and advice for hardware designers.  ...  An adaptation of this work was published as Exploring melodic variance in rhythmic haptic stimulus design in Graphics Interface 2009, pages 133 -140.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0051505 fatcat:nyjtte2vwfczrc3v3a45gsmxzq

The effect of musical experience on rhythm perception for hearing-impaired undergraduates

Masaki Matsubara, Hiroko Terasawa, Rumi Hiraga
2014 2014 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC)  
Information obtained from this survey and feedback received from two profoundly deaf musicians were used to guide the initial concept of exploring haptic and visual channels to augment a musical experience  ...  multisensory, tangible, intelligent interfaces enabling seamless interaction with the environment; he is an Assistant Professor at the Singapore University of Technology and Design.  ...  In addition, we thank the reviewers for valuable suggestions for improvements to the article. Finally, we are grateful for all the help provided by our colleagues at various stages of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smc.2014.6974155 dblp:conf/smc/MatsubaraTH14 fatcat:tpqxiaqlije5ldq26poivvw4ii

Is Vivaldi smooth and takete? Non-verbal sensory scales for describing music qualities

Maddalena Murari, Antonio Rodà, Sergio Canazza, Giovanni De Poli, Osvaldo Da Pos
2015 Journal of New Music Research  
This paper aims at exploring the use of non verbal sensory scales, in order to represent different perceived qualities in Western classical music.  ...  The same design (Experiment 2) was conducted using musically trained and untrained listeners who were required to listen to 6 musical excerpts in minor key.  ...  Seven non verbal sensory scales (visual, auditory, tactile, haptic and gustative) were presented in random sequence in order to stimulate a quasi-synaesthesic response.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09298215.2015.1101475 fatcat:6e37k672srcvpfit3mmmd356py

Interpersonal Entrainment in Music Performance

Martin Clayton, Kelly Jakubowski, Tuomas Eerola, Peter E. Keller, Antonio Camurri, Gualtiero Volpe, Paolo Alborno
2020 Music Perception  
in natural musical performances, with an exploratory analysis that identifies factors that may influence interpersonal synchronization in music.  ...  We review the state of the art in measuring these processes, mostly from the perspective of action production, and in so doing present the first cross-cultural comparisons between interpersonal entrainment  ...  variance and peripheral motor variance.  ... 
doi:10.1525/mp.2020.38.2.136 fatcat:rtuyu5ubk5gllixe6cuzffm4km

Designing Large Sets of Haptic Icons with Rhythm [chapter]

David Ternes, Karon E. MacLean
Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Haptic icons (brief tangible stimuli with associated meanings) are a new way to convey information, but are difficult to design in large quantities due to technological and perceptual constraints.  ...  Here, we employ rhythm in combination with frequency and amplitude to systematically produce 84 distinguishable tactile stimuli for use as icons.  ...  Approach We developed a rhythm-based stimulus set in two steps. In design (Sec. 3), we used hypothesis-driven informal testing to explore the design space.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-69057-3_24 fatcat:wcehsi4nfbdxdfupxpugeethoy

Musical Role Asymmetries in Piano Duet Performance Influence Alpha-Band Neural Oscillation and Behavioral Synchronization

Auriel Washburn, Irán Román, Madeline Huberth, Nick Gang, Tysen Dauer, Wisam Reid, Chryssie Nanou, Matthew Wright, Takako Fujioka
2019 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
Specifically, we designed a piano duet task, with three types of co-actor dissimilarity, or asymmetry: (1) musical role (starting vs. joining), (2) musical task similarity (similar vs. dissimilar melodic  ...  Moreover, this alpha difference based on melodic similarity was related to a difference in note-onset adaptivity, which was in turn correlated with performer trait empathy.  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS All authors designed the study and edited the manuscript. MW created the experimental apparatus and MH and AW verified its setup.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2019.01088 pmid:31680824 pmcid:PMC6803471 fatcat:7gzmpr7zizbhpnz5omqpp4fpxi

An Introduction to Musical Interactions

Insook Choi
2022 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
Each dimension is discussed and applied in the survey.  ...  The article presents a contextual survey of eight contributions in the special issue Musical Interactions (Volume I) in Multimodal Technologies and Interaction.  ...  The authors state " . . . to project the emotive elements of music into the haptic domain", their research design also explores an affordance of tactile domain for musical experience.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti6010004 fatcat:d54xc2q6d5ejhj4674ey3cduiq

Papers read at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society

1981 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
haptic strategy.  ...  Weisstein)-In three experiments, subjects rated stimulus sets for overall three-dimensionality of each stimulus and for structural relevance of the target line in each stimulus.  ...  In a series of studies, stimulus quality, word difficulty, strategic set, response mode, and timing parameters were manipulated in order to assess the stability and generality of such sentence context  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03333565 fatcat:4zan2h7qwfdtnaxa2j5d2wdbwm

Papers and Posters Presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society The Adams' Mark Hotel, St. Louis, Missouri November 13–15, 1992

1992 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
In some cases, stimulus range was extended to assess changes in discrimination of unchanged stimulus values. Dimensional contrast was observed with both unidimensional and multidimensional stimuli.  ...  Range effects were also observed in both stimulus sets. Dimensionalcontrast and range effects in these studies can be explained in terms of changes in attentional allocation. 9:16-9:25 (5)  ...  HAHN , North Carolina State University-Subjects (N = 128) examined a standard stimulus visually or haptically and each of four comparison stimuli visually or haptically.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03334109 fatcat:5wkarsmzpbha5nlmx3pbut3kva

Sensorimotor synchronization: A review of recent research (2006–2012)

Bruno H. Repp, Yi-Huang Su
2013 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
Sensorimotor synchronization (SMS) is the coordination of rhythmic movement with an external rhythm, ranging from finger tapping in time with a metronome to musical ensemble performance.  ...  It is evident that much new knowledge about SMS has been acquired in the last 7 years.  ...  -H.S. was affiliated with Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich and was supported by the Andrea von Braun Stiftung. Y.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-012-0371-2 pmid:23397235 fatcat:zipjqhgembevjiuejoueyq5cm4

Abstract

1991 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
These results extend our model of haptic exploration to incorporate vision as an alternative "exploratory procedure."  ...  On FiIUng in the BHod Spot and Other Medical Marvels. V. S. RAMACHANDRAN. University of California, Son Diego-We designed several novel stimuli to explore the "filling in" of the blind spot.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03333973 fatcat:rgrc3vz6gbfcfhw5srwul35jr4

Building large sets of haptic icons : rhythm as a design parameter, and between-subjects MDS for evaluation

David Richard Ternes
2007
In the first thread, we introduce the design parameter of rhythm as a means of extending the expressive capabilities of the simple tactile stimuli used in haptic icons.  ...  To advance these two threads of research, two user studies are run in order to examine how our haptic stimulus set is perceived and to validate our new method of gathering perceptual difference data.  ...  rhythmic haptic stimuli.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0052080 fatcat:fpnumfbxvfgfvmva5xo7nrsvmu

Emotional nodes among lines of lyrics

Michael Kai Petersen, Lars Kai Hansen
2011 Face and Gesture 2011  
melodic phrase.  ...  As both low-level semantics of lyrics and our emotional responses can be encoded in words, we propose a simplified cognitive approach based on LSA latent semantic analysis.  ...  these basic level affective terms capture half of the variance in emotional words [17] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/fg.2011.5771355 dblp:conf/fgr/PetersenH11 fatcat:vxtphilfdveunag4uobyzf4r7i
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