An overview of the research approaches on musical performance robots

Jorge Solis, Atsuo Takanishi

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    Abstract

    The relation between the human and the music has a long history dating from the antiquity. Music constitutes an important mean of communication of everyday life. Since the golden era of automata, music also served as a mean for understanding the human itself. In particular, the human organs required for playing musical instruments were mechanical simulated. Nowadays, thanks to the advances on robot technology, the research on Musical Performance Robots (MPR) is aiming in understanding better the human motor control as well as serving as a mean for understanding better how robots can transmit sensitive information to the human partners. Additionally, the research on MPR is promoting the introduction of novel ways of musical expression that have been hidden behind the rubric of musical intuition. In this paper, an introduction of the research trends on MPR is presented. Examples of such research trends are described.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007
    PublisherInternational Computer Music Association
    Pages356-359
    Number of pages4
    Publication statusPublished - 2007
    EventInternational Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007 - Copenhagen, Denmark
    Duration: 2007 Aug 272007 Aug 31

    Other

    OtherInternational Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007
    CountryDenmark
    CityCopenhagen
    Period07/8/2707/8/31

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    Robots
    Organs (musical instruments)
    Musical instruments
    Robot
    Musical Performance
    Communication
    Music

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Media Technology
    • Computer Science Applications
    • Music

    Cite this

    Solis, J., & Takanishi, A. (2007). An overview of the research approaches on musical performance robots. In International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007 (pp. 356-359). International Computer Music Association.

    An overview of the research approaches on musical performance robots. / Solis, Jorge; Takanishi, Atsuo.

    International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007. International Computer Music Association, 2007. p. 356-359.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

    Solis, J & Takanishi, A 2007, An overview of the research approaches on musical performance robots. in International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007. International Computer Music Association, pp. 356-359, International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007, Copenhagen, Denmark, 07/8/27.
    Solis J, Takanishi A. An overview of the research approaches on musical performance robots. In International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007. International Computer Music Association. 2007. p. 356-359
    Solis, Jorge ; Takanishi, Atsuo. / An overview of the research approaches on musical performance robots. International Computer Music Conference, ICMC 2007. International Computer Music Association, 2007. pp. 356-359
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