Title

Music Screen-Reading: indicative results from two pilot studies

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Australian Computer Music Association

School

Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts

RAS ID

19882

Comments

Originally published as: Vickery, L. & Goh, T. (2015). Music Screen-Reading: indicative results from two pilot studies. ACMC2015 - MAKE!: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Australasian Computer Music Association. (pp. 119 - 125) Sydney, Australia: University of Technology Sydney. Original paper available here

Abstract

This paper discusses two pilot studies conducted by Lindsay Vickery and Talisha Goh, Screening the Score: Exploring the Potentials and Limitations of Presenting Music Notation on the iPad and Sight - Reading Polyphonic Musical Textures: a Pilot Eye-Movement Study. Vickery’s experiment sought to investigate the activity of the eyes of musicians while performing a variety of notations and score presentation types from a screen. Goh’s experiment explored sight-reading polyphonic keyboard music containing two, three, four and five voices, at a comfortable pace and with a click-track beat.

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