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Published onJun 18, 2021
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:: 18th June 2021.
Feedback Music @ NIME 2021

It was great to see feedback-music-related research at this year’s NIME (New Instruments for Musical Expression) conference. Here are some highlights:

An Infinitely Sustaining Piano Achieved Through a Soundboard-Mounted Shaker

William A Thompson, Edgar Berdahl, Louisiana State University

2-12 An Infinitely Sustaining Piano Achieved Through a Soundboard-Mounted Shaker

Designing and performing with Pandora's Box: transforming feedback physically and with algorithms

Ward J Slager, University of the Arts Utrech

3-12 Designing and performing with Pandora's Box: transforming feedback physi...

Emergent Polyrhythmic Patterns with a Neuromorph Electronic Network

Christian Faubel, TH-Koeln

6-13 Emergent Polyrhythmic Patterns with a Neuromorph Electronic Network

As an opening publication for the Feedback Musicianship Network, we wrote a review paper on the current state of research in feedback instruments, that also discusses frameworks for conceptualising feedback musicianship.

Self-resonating Vibrotactile Feedback Instruments ||: Making, Playing, Conceptualising :||

Alice Eldridge, Chris Kiefer, Dan Overholt, Halldor A Ulfarsson
University of Sussex ; Aalborg University Copenhagen ; Emute Lab

6-07 Self-resonating Vibrotactile Feedback Instruments ||: Making, Playing, C...

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