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A Chasing After the Wind: Experience in Computer-supported Group Musicmaking

Swift, Ben; Gardner, Henry; Riddell, Alistair


Improvisational group musics, such as jazz, have their own cultures and conventions of musical interaction. One characteristic of this interaction is the primacy of the experience over the musical artefact - in some sense the sound created is not as important as the feeling of being ‘in the groove’. As computing devices infiltrate creative, open-ended task domains, what can HCI learn from improvisational group musics? How do we design systems where the goal is not an artefact but a felt...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011-05-08
Type: Conference paper
DOI: 10.25911/5eccf07a01b95
Access Rights: Open Access


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