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Learning Indirect Acquisition of Instrumental Gestures using Direct Sensors
2006 IEEE Workshop on Multimedia Signal Processing
Sensing instrumental gestures is a common task in interactive electroacoustic music performances. The sensed gestures can then be mapped to sounds, synthesis algorithms, visuals etc. Two of the most common approaches for acquiring these gestures are 1) Hybrid Instruments which are "traditional" musical instruments enhanced with sensors that directly detect gestures 2) Indirect Acquisition in which the only measurement is the acoustic signal and signal processing techniques are used to acquiredoi:10.1109/mmsp.2006.285264 dblp:conf/mmsp/TzanetakisKT06 fatcat:bl4r7pxcvbgghn66jc55kiivdq