Engagement Networks in Social Music-making
Social music-making systems offer the possibility of accessible and engaging group experiences. In this paper we explore questions concerning the notion of 'engagement' in social music-making. In a recent user study of Viscotheque, an iPhone-based environment for group musical creativity, three different types of engagement were observed: individual, unilateral and bilateral. These results indicate that network-based approaches may be useful in analysing engagement relationships amongst...[Show more]
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