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 Jeffrey Trevino

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Average citations per article2.60
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Publication count5
Publication years2005-2015
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Average downloads per article115.75
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September 2015 Computer Music Journal: Volume 39 Issue 3, Fall 2015
Publisher: MIT Press
Citation Count: 0

2 published by ACM
August 2014 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 7 Issue 3, August 2014
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
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We describe a system that automatically notates a comparative visualization of multiple recorded performances of the same musical work. Written musical scores have transmitted basic performance information to musicians over the ages; however, these scores only provide skeletal instructions that must be fleshed out in performance, as musical notation describes ...
Keywords: Automation, historic performance practice, pedagogy, visualization, mapping

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August 2007 SIGGRAPH '07: ACM SIGGRAPH 2007 art gallery
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
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June 2007 NIME '07: Proceedings of the 7th international conference on New interfaces for musical expression
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 12
Downloads (6 Weeks): 1,   Downloads (12 Months): 11,   Downloads (Overall): 236

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We describe the prevailing model of musical expression, which assumes a binary formulation of "the text" and "the act," along with its implied roles of composer and performer. We argue that this model not only excludes some contemporary aesthetic values but also limits the communicative ability of new music interfaces. ...
Keywords: communication, aesthetic goal, construct, emotion, evaluation, experience, expressivity, non-expressive, transparency, model, discipline, discourse, expression

May 2005 NIME '05: Proceedings of the 2005 conference on New interfaces for musical expression
Publisher: National University of Singapore
Citation Count: 1
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The Self-Contained Unified Bass Augmenter (SCUBA) is a new augmentative OSC (Open Sound Control) [5] controller for the tuba. SCUBA adds new expressive possibilities to the existing tuba interface through onboard sensors. These sensors provide continuous and discrete user-controlled parametric data to be mapped at will to signal processing parameters, ...
Keywords: interactive music, musical instrument design, open sound control (OSC), electro-acoustic musical instruments, human computer interface, signal processing

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