Recorderology

Web application using Web Audio API and research concerning playing techniques of recorders

Keitaro Takahashi (Developer), Ulrike Mayer-Spohn (Other)

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Abstract

Recorderology is our instrumentation research for recorder instruments and its documentation method devel- oped to operate as a web application. Our aim is to pro- pose an application that enhances the knowledge and ex- periences of musicians, especially composers, about the recorder family and to encourage their creative activities. Furthermore we suggest proper notations, which enable composers to illustrate their musical ideas precisely and increases the efficiency of communication between musi- cians and composers. In our research, we analyze the cor- relations between the mechanisms and the actual results of sound production by means of four primary components (instrument model - air - mouth - fingers). This project is carried out through an interaction between artistic re- search involving collaborations with composers and musi- cians and scientific research including audio analysis, e- learning and data-mining. In our web application, we em- ploy a large audio database to describe the mechanism of the playing techniques of recorders along with a graphic user interface with the aim of simplifying the navigation.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUtrecht, the Netherland
PublisherInternational Computer Music Association
Edition42
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jun 2016
Event42nd International Computer Music Conference - Utrecht, Netherlands
Duration: 12 Sep 201616 Sep 2016
Conference number: 42
https://www.icmc2016.com/ (Link to Conference Website )

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Application programming interfaces (API)
Instrument components
User interfaces
Data mining
Navigation
Acoustic waves
Communication
Air

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Takahashi, K. (Developer), & Mayer-Spohn, U. (Other). (2016). Recorderology: Web application using Web Audio API and research concerning playing techniques of recorders. Software, Utrecht, the Netherland: International Computer Music Association. Retrieved from http://recorderology.com
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