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Hödl, O., Bartmann, C., Kayali, F., Löw, C., & Purgathofer, P. (2020). Large-scale audience participation in live music using smartphones. Journal of New Music Research, 49(2), 192–207. 
Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard (12/6/22, 9:42 AM)   
Resource type: Journal Article
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1080/09298215.2020.1722181
BibTeX citation key: 2020a
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Categories: General
Keywords: Ultrasound
Creators: Bartmann, Hödl, Kayali, Löw, Purgathofer
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Online
Collection: Journal of New Music Research
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Abstract
"We present a study and reflection about the role and use of smartphone technology for a large-scale musical performance involving audience participation. We evaluated a full design and development process from initial ideation to a final performance concept. We found that the smartphone became the design tool, the technical device and the musical instrument at the same time. As a technical device that uses ultrasound communication as interaction technique, the smartphone became inspirational for the artist's creative work. In aiming to support the artist, we observed pervasive importance of retaining artistic control to realise artistic intent. This concerns the co-design process and the resulting concept of audience participation and supports recommendations for such participatory work."
  
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