Music of 18 Performances: Evaluating Apps and Agents with Free Improvisation
We present a study where a small group of experienced iPad musicians evaluated a system of three musical touch-screen apps and two server-based agents over 18 controlled improvisations. The performers’ perspectives were recorded through surveys, interviews, and interaction data. Our agent classifies the touch gestures of the performers and identifies new sections in the improvisations while a control agent returns similar messages sourced from a statistical model. The three touch-screen apps...[Show more]
|ANU Research Publications
|Music of 18 Performances: Evaluating Apps and Agents with Free Improvisation
|Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Conference of the Australasian Computer Music Association
|Martin-Music of 18 Performances Evaluating Apps and Agents.pdf
|Published version of paper from conference proceedings
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