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Proceedings of the 14 th International Conference on Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction 2020 and 13 th International Conference on Game and Entertainment Technologies 2020
The current study investigates how different types of multi-effects guitar devices can affect users' evaluations of usability and user experience. Participants were asked to interact with three different multi-effects devices while playing an electric guitar. Typically multi-effect pedalboards are used by musicians to modify an instrument sound. These tools allow us to distort notes or to change the duration of the produced sounds. The main difference between the three devices pertains to thedoi:10.33965/ihci_get2020_202010l005 fatcat:6u73ylczbzfcpmgdtulz635rna