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Sonic Gestures Applied to a Percussive Dialogue in TanGram Using Wii Remotes

IFIP Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)
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  • Communication
  • Linguistics
  • Musicology


TanGram, is an original music score composed by Carlos D. Perales for Percussion Quartet and Nintendo Wii Remotes used as a wireless interface for Live Electronics. This paper examines how this composition explores exiting research in interaction and communication between instruments and digital sound processing discourse to produce a unique music mixed-media score, to explore the sonic possibilities of a multi-timbrical instrument with the integration of the visual gestures of an accessible device using processes of real-time gestural mimesis.Full Text at Springer, may require registration or fee

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