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July 26, 2013

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2013

Título: Sketchument: Empowering users to build DMIs through prototyping

Por: Filipe Calegario, Jeronimo Barbosa, Geber Ramalho, Giordano Cabral e Gabriel Finch

Resumo: New interface artefacts are changing the way we interact with machines, and this is particularly important for the musical domain. Conversely, the growing do-it-yourself (DIY) culture is subverting the manufacturer–consumer model. Regarding music, software such as Pure Data and Max/MSP allows users to build their own interactive systems. These factors contribute to the emergence of new digital musical instruments (DMI). However, DMI creation still requires a strong technical background. Based on the importance of prototyping in the process of designing things, this paper presents the Sketchument, an environment devoted to help non-technical users to easily prototype DMIs, using multiple input modes and allowing the integration to other useful technologies. From a lo-fi paper prototype, to functional ones, passing through movies, questionnaires, interviews, Sketchument has been developed following the same prototyping philosophy we intend to propose to its users. The cyclic process of design–implementation-evaluation has produced valuable feedback from potential users, which has been very useful to back design choices and to push modifications.

Publicado em: Organised Sound / Volume 18 / Special Issue 03 / December 2013, pp 314 – 327.

Título: Using drawings and a guitar pedal to create one-man-band music: the Illusio

Por: Jeronimo Barbosa, Filipe Calegario, Geber Ramalho, Veronica Teichrieb e Giordano Cabral

Resumo: This paper presents a new digital musical instrument, the Illusio, based on an augmented multi-touch interface that combines a traditional multi-touch surface and a device similar to a guitar pedal. Illusio allows users to perform by drawing and by associating the sketches with live loops. These loops are manipulated based on a concept called hierarchical live looping, which extends traditional live looping through the use of a musical tree, in which any music operation applied to a node affects all its children nodes.

Publicado em: 14º Simpósio Brasileiro de Computação Musical, 2013, Brasília, Brasil.

Título: Illusio: A Drawing-Based Digital Musical Instrument

Por: Jeronimo Barbosa, Filipe Calegario, Geber Ramalho, Veronica Teichrieb e Giordano Cabral

Resumo: This paper presents an innovative digital musical instrument, the Illusio, based on an augmented multi-touch interface that combines a traditional multi-touch surface and a device similar to a guitar pedal. Illusio allows users to perform by drawing and by associating the sketches with live loops. These loops are manipulated based on a concept called hierarchical live looping, which extends traditional live looping through the use of a musical tree, in which any music operation applied to a given node affects all its children nodes. Finally, we evaluate the instrument considering the performer and the audience, which are two of the most important stakeholders involved in the use, conception, and perception of a musical device. The results achieved are encouraging and led to useful insights about how to improve instrument features, performance and usability.

Publicado em: NIME’13 – Proceedings of the 2013 conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2013, Daejeon, Coréia do Sul.

2012

Título: Considering Audience’s View Towards an Evaluation Methodology for Digital Musical Instruments

Por: Jerônimo Barbosa, Filipe Calegario, Verônica Teichrieb, Geber Ramalho, Patrick McGlynn

Resumo: The authors propose the development of a more complete Digital Music Instrument (DMI) evaluation methodology, which provides structured tools for the incremental development of prototypes based on user feedback. This paper emphasizes an important but often ignored stakeholder present in the context of musical performance: the audience. We demonstrate the practical application of an audience focused methodology through a case study (‘Illusio’), discuss the obtained results and possible improvements for future works.

Publicado em: NIME’12 – Proceedings of the 2012 conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2012, Ann Arbor, Estados Unidos.

2011

Título: Towards an evaluation methodology for digital musical instruments considering performer s view: a case study

Por: Jerônimo Barbosa, Filipe Calegario, Francisco Magalhães, Giordano Cabral, Veronica Teichrieb, Geber Ramalho

Resumo: This paper presents an innovative digital musical instrument, the Illusio, based on an augmented multi-touch interface that combines a traditional multi-touch surface and a device similar to a guitar pedal. Illusio allows users to perform by drawing and by associating the sketches with live loops. These loops are manipulated based on a concept called hierarchical live looping, which extends traditional live looping through the use of a musical tree, in which any music operation applied to a given node affects all its children nodes. Finally, we evaluate the instrument considering the performer and the audience, which are two of the most important stakeholders involved in the use, conception, and perception of a musical device. The results achieved are encouraging and led to useful insights about how to improve instrument features, performance and usability.

Publicado em: 13º Simpósio Brasileiro de Computação Musical, 2011, Vitória, Brasil.

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