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OFAI-TR-2006-10 ( 126kB PDF file)

Unobtrusive practice tools for pianists

W. Goebl, G Widmer

This paper proposes novel computer-based interfaces for piano practicing. They are designed to display in real time certain well-defined sub-aspects of piano playing. They are intelligent and unobtrusive in that they adjust automatically to the needs of the practitioner so that no other interaction is needed than moving the piano keys. They include 1) a pattern display, finding recurring pitch patterns and displaying expressive timing and dynamics thereof, 2) a chord display, showing timing asynchronies and tone intensity variations of chords tones, and 3) an acoustic piano roll display that visually models the acoustic piano tone from MIDI data.

Citation: Goebl W., Widmer G.: Unobtrusive practice tools for pianists. Technical Report, Österreichisches Forschungsinstitut für Artificial Intelligence, Wien, TR-2006-10, 2006