Examining the Effects of Experimental/ Academic Electroacoustic and Popular Electronic Musics on the Evolution and Development of Human–Computer Interaction in Music

George Meikle*

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Abstract

This article focuses on how the development of human-computer interaction in music has been aided and influenced by both experimental/academic electroacoustic art music and popular electronic music. These two genres have impacted upon this ever-changing process of evolution in different ways, but have together been paramount to the establishment of interactivity in music as we understand it today; which is itself having wide-ranging implications upon the modern-day musical landscape as a whole - both in the way that we, as listeners and audience members, purchase and consume music as well as conceptualise and think about it.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)224-241
Number of pages18
JournalContemporary Music Review
Volume35
Issue number2
Early online date15 Sept 2016
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sept 2016

Keywords

  • Brain–Computer Interfacing
  • Digital Audio Workstation
  • Graphical User Interface
  • Human–Computer Interaction
  • Interactive Computer Music System
  • User-Interface

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