Motion in Sound: Designing Sound for Interactive Dance Performance. Dr. Dan Hosken Associate Professor of Music California State University, Northridge. Presented at: ATMI 2006 San Antonio, TX September 16, 2006. Purpose.
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Dr. Dan Hosken
Associate Professor of Music
California State University, Northridge
San Antonio, TX
September 16, 2006
Field: can measure height or width or dynamic or…
Touchlines: detect crossing and position on line
Fields and lines are mapped to MIDI data (or OSC)
Sequencer steps through “scenes”
Examples shown can be found:
Full Pieces can be found:
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