“Gocen: a Handwritten Notational Interface for Musical Performance and Learning Music” by Baba, Kikukawa, Yoshiike, Suzuki, Shoji, et al. …

  • ©Tetsuaki Baba, Yuya Kikukawa, Toshiki Yoshiike, Tatsuhiko Suzuki, Rika Shoji, Kumiko Kushiyama, and Makoto Aoki

  • ©Tetsuaki Baba, Yuya Kikukawa, Toshiki Yoshiike, Tatsuhiko Suzuki, Rika Shoji, Kumiko Kushiyama, and Makoto Aoki

  • ©Tetsuaki Baba, Yuya Kikukawa, Toshiki Yoshiike, Tatsuhiko Suzuki, Rika Shoji, Kumiko Kushiyama, and Makoto Aoki

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    Gocen: a Handwritten Notational Interface for Musical Performance and Learning Music

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    Not only in childhood but also adulthood, we need some trainings to read music scores, which sometimes make music hard to learn and enjoy. In this article, we shall propose the system that enables users to play their handwritten musical notations by our musical interface.

    Since 1960s, Optical Music Recognition (OMR) has become matured in the field of printed score. In recent, Yamamoto[Yamamoto et al. 2011] proposed musical interactive system that directly utilizes printed music score as a instrument with keypoints matching. However, few researches on handwritten notations have been done, as well as on interactive system for OMR. We combined notating with performing in order to make the music more intuitive for users and give aids to learn music to users.

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    YAMAMOTO, Y., UCHIYAMA, H., AND KAKEHI, Y. 2011. on- note: playing printed music scores as a musical instrument. In Proceedings of the 24th annual ACM symposium on User inter- face software and technology, ACM, New York, NY, USA, UIST ’11, 413–422.


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