Tag Archives: Music
Friday October 26, RHYME member Anders-Petter Andersson, defended his PhD in musicology. The thesis with the title Interactive Music Composition explores the design dimensions of interaction, narrative structure, composition rule and music in Generation 1 of RHYME’s co-creative tangibles, ORFI. … Continue reading
Birgitta Cappelen, Fredrik Olofsson and Anders-Petter Andersson presented their new RHYME musicking tangible, Reflect, at Music Technology Days 2012 arranged by NOTAM (Norwegian Centre for Music and Technology in the Arts) and NMH (Norwegian Academy of Music). The title for their … Continue reading
This year’s co-creative tangibles are mobile and wireless. We have developed 3 new, additional to last years, hardware mobile platforms to test different concepts and combinations of hardware and software. It has been a challenge to include speakers, microphone and sensors … Continue reading
Karette Stensæth presented RHYME at the Culture and Society 2011 conference in Oslo the 14. December 2011. The title of the lecure were “Singing furniture – in the intersection between ICT, design and music”. From the conference program: “Through the … Continue reading
The RHYME project members Fredrik Olofsson, Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson contribute to the collaborative student course between AHO and KhiO on “Musical Interaction and E-textile”. The first week of the three week course ended with a presentation on Friday … Continue reading
NRK Beta came to NIME2011 and made a nice overview over the music instruments of tomorrow. ORFI was part of the selected ones. Here is the video NRK beta made and uploaded on Youtube.
Bill Verplank, the man who developed the graphical user interface (GUI), the mouse and the term “Interaction design”, interacted with ORFI at the NIME conference. Ha seemed very pleased with the tactile interface and the advanced musical possibilities of ORFI. … Continue reading
A new paper on identity creation through musical interaction has been published by Karette Stensæth in the new anthology on Music and Identity (norwegian), NMH – publikasjoner 2011:3 Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse.
Karette Stensæth and Even Ruud gave a presentation at the Third Norwegian Conference on Music Therapy at Fana, Bergen May 20-21, 2011. The title of their presentation were: Instruments as Artefacts. About the research project RHYME and the use of … Continue reading
May 10. Karette Stensæth presented RHYME in two meetings for all relevant staff members at Haug School. The RHYME group, goals and Haugs participation were presented and discussed.