MusiKalscope: a graphical musical instrument

TitleMusiKalscope: a graphical musical instrument
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1998
AuthorsFels, S., K. Nishimoto, and K. Mase
JournalMultimedia, IEEE
Volume5
Pagination26 -35
Date Publishedjul.
ISSN1070-986X
Keywordscomputer graphics, computer-assisted jazz improvisation, functional map, graphical expression, Graphical Musical Instrument Interface, graphical user interfaces, image creation, image mood matching, kaleidoscopic imagery, lamascope, multimedia computing, multimedia system, music, music creation, musical expression, MusiKalscope, performers, RhyMe, virtual drum playing
Abstract

A new multimedia system for musical and graphical expression called MusiKalscope contains subsystems that support computer-assisted jazz improvisation (RhyMe) and kaleidoscopic imagery (the lamascope). The Graphical Musical Instrument Interface (GMII) connects these subsystems and lets performers create images and music as they play virtual drums. A functional map matches the images' mood to the music played

URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/93.713302
DOI10.1109/93.713302

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