Learning to play a musical instrument is a difficult task, requiring the development of sophisticated skills. Nowadays, such a learning process is mostly based on the master-apprentice model. Technologies are rarely employed and are usually restricted to audio and video recording and playback. The TELMI (Technology Enhanced Learning of Musical Instrument Performance) Project seeks to design and implement new interaction paradigms for music learning and training based on state-of-the-art multimodal (audio, image, video, and motion) technologies. The project focuses on the violin as a case study. This practice work is intended as demo, showing to MOCO attendants the results the project obtained along two years of work. The demo simulates a setup at a higher education music institution, where attendants with any level of previous violin experience (and even with no experience at all) are invited to try the technologies themselves, performing basic tests of violin skill and pre-defined exercises under the guidance of the researchers involved in the project.
|Titolo:||Enhancing music learning with smart technologies|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 - Contributo in atti di convegno|