Performing with grid music systems
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Grid music systems provide discrete geometric methods for simplified music-making by providing spatialised input to construct patterned music on a 2D matrix layout. While they are conceptually simple, grid systems may be layered to enable complex and satisfying musical results. Grid music systems have been applied to a range of systems from small portable devices up to larger systems. In this paper we will discuss the use of grid music systems in general and present an overview of the HarmonyGrid system we have developed as a new interactive performance system. We discuss a range of issues related to the design and use of larger-scale grid- based interactive performance systems such as the HarmonyGrid.
Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference 2009
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