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Kessous, Loïc, Arfib, Daniel

Bimanuality in Alternate Musical Instruments

2003

Thursday 27 April 2006, by Rob Weale

In this paper, the authors investigate ’bimanuality’ - the coordination, cooperation and general abilities of the human hands in musical contexts; in particular, the application of bimanuality to sound synthesis in the design of musical interfaces. They exemplify their discussion through three examples of bimanual musical interfaces - the Voicer, the Scan glove, and a voice-like controller.

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