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An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification

Nuno Correia Da Silva Diniz (UGent) , Michiel Demey (UGent) and Marc Leman (UGent)
(2010)
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In this paper, a conceptual framework for interactive sonification is introduced. It is argued that electroacoustic composition techniques can provide a methodology for structuring and presenting multivariable data through sound. Furthermore, an embodied music cognition driven interface is applied in order to provide an interactive exploration of the generated output. The motivation and theoretical foundation for this work, the framework’s implementation and a exploratory use case are presented.

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Correia Da Silva Diniz, Nuno, Michiel Demey, and Marc Leman. “An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification.” 2010. Print.
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Correia Da Silva Diniz, N., Demey, M., & Leman, M. (2010). An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification. Presented at the ISon 2010, 3rd Interactive Sonification Workshop.
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Correia Da Silva Diniz, Nuno, Michiel Demey, and Marc Leman. 2010. “An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification.” In .
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Correia Da Silva Diniz, Nuno, Michiel Demey, and Marc Leman. 2010. “An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification.” In .
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Correia Da Silva Diniz N, Demey M, Leman M. An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification. 2010.
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N. Correia Da Silva Diniz, M. Demey, and M. Leman, “An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification,” presented at the ISon 2010, 3rd Interactive Sonification Workshop, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden, 2010.
@inproceedings{926534,
  abstract     = {In this paper, a conceptual framework for interactive sonification is introduced. It is argued that electroacoustic composition techniques can provide a methodology for structuring and presenting multivariable data through sound. Furthermore, an embodied music cognition driven interface is applied in order to provide an interactive exploration of the generated output. The motivation and theoretical foundation for this work, the framework’s implementation and a exploratory use case are presented.},
  author       = {Correia Da Silva Diniz, Nuno and Demey, Michiel and Leman, Marc},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {KTH, Stockholm, Sweden},
  title        = {An Interactive Framework for Multilevel Sonification},
  year         = {2010},
}