Exploring Social Mobile Music with Tiny Touch-Screen Performances

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Martin, Charles Patrick; Tørresen, Jim;
(2017)

Touch-screen musical performance has become commonplace since the widespread adoption of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. However, mobile digital musical instruments are rarely designed to emphasise collaborative musical creation, particularly when it occ... View more
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