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Nime, Musicality And Practice-Led Methods
To engage with questions of musicality is to invite into consideration a complex network of topics beyond the mechanics of soundful interaction with our interfaces. Drawing on the work of Born, I sketch an outline of the reach of these topics. I suggest that practice-led methods, by dint of focussing on the lived experience where many of these topics converge, may be able to serve as a useful methodological 'glue' for NIME by helping stimulate useful agonistic discussion on our objects ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1178775 fatcat:mk3qmtouovdvlga4psd5cnlkzi