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INTRODUCTION: In this paper we present Silico, a new Digital Musical Instrument which ideally represents the performer itself. This instrument is composed by two parts: an interface (a sensor glove), which relies on the movements of the performer's hand, and a computational engine (a set of patches developed in Max 7), which generates sound events based on the genomic data of the performer. OBJECTIVES: We want to propose a new reflection on the relation between the body and musical instruments.doi:10.4108/eai.13-7-2018.163993 fatcat:ve2nr3odibe5blmvngngfa3i6u