Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1-1-2017

Publication Title

New Interfaces for Musical Expression

Conference Title

New Interfaces for Musical Expression

Abstract

Human-robot musical interaction typically consists of independent, physically-separated agents. We developed Cyther - a human-playable, self-tuning robotic zither – to allow a human and a robot to interact cooperatively through the same physical medium to generate music. The resultant co-dependence creates new responsibilities, roles, and expressive possibilities for human musicians. We describe some of these possibilities in the context of both technical features and artistic implementations of the system.

First Page Number

319

Last Page Number

324

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Published Version

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