音楽演奏インタフェースiFP-演奏表情のリアルタイム操作とビジュアライゼーション-  [in Japanese] iFP : A Piano Peformance Interface using Expressive Performance Template  [in Japanese]

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本論文では,表情のある演奏をテンプレートとして利用し,1)モーフィングを含む演奏表現意図のリアルタイム操作,2)演奏表現の理解の手がかりとなる情報の可視化を行う演奏インタフェースiFP について述べる.iFP は,拍打と演奏テンプレート中の微細な逸脱(deviation) のスライダ操作,すなわち,抽象化したレベルによって演奏を行うインタフェースである.予測制御を用いることによって,拍打といった単純な操作で,テンポと音量を与え,また,間を表現するインタフェースを用意している.これらの機能により,iFP のユーザは名演奏家の指揮を行ったり,あるいは,名ピアニストの手を使って演奏を楽しむような感覚を味わうことが出来る.iFP には,エンタテイメントシステムとしての使用の他,音楽教育,音楽解釈研究など,幅広い使用法が想定される.This paper reports a performance system: iFP, which supports 1) real-time playing include morphing, and 2) visualization of expressions. iFP is the music interface, the player of which control music performances with tapping and handling sliders, based on expression deviation described in templates, in other words the player performs music with the abstracted control. The scheduler based on predictive control contribute in independence of tapping detection and notes arrangement. Players are allowed to tap on spontaneous beat, and to. express "rest" with simple tapping operation. These functions lets the players to enjoy playing the piano using pianist's hands, or conducting the virtuosi. iFP are expected to be used for entertainment, music education, and musicology.

This paper reports a performance system: iFP, which supports 1) real-time playing include morphing, and 2) visualization of expressions. iFP is the music interface, the player of which control music performances with tapping and handling sliders, based on expression deviation described in templates, in other words the player performs music with the abstracted control. The scheduler based on predictive control contribute in independence of tapping detection and notes arrangement. Players are allowed to tap on spontaneous beat, and to. express "rest" with simple tapping operation. These functions lets the players to enjoy playing the piano using pianist's hands, or conducting the virtuosi. iFP are expected to be used for entertainment, music education, and musicology.

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  • IPSJ SIG Notes  

    IPSJ SIG Notes 2003(82(2003-MUS-051)), 13-18, 2003-08-04 

    Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ)

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110002913471
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN10438388
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    Journal Article
  • ISSN
    09196072
  • NDL Article ID
    6705654
  • NDL Source Classification
    ZM13(科学技術--科学技術一般--データ処理・計算機)
  • NDL Call No.
    Z14-1121
  • Data Source
    CJP  CJPref  NDL  IPSJ 
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