The Secrets of NIME

Lehrman, Paul D.
October 2007
Mix;Oct2007, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p24
The article offers some insights into trends and prospects for musical interfaces related to music and sound recording and processing. The mouse-and-windows paradigm of existing tools are inadequate for doing complex, real-time control of sound creation and processing. Dedicated control surfaces helped make sound mixing more ergonomic. Developments in musical interface use are described.


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