Paul Stapleton
Paul Stapleton
Professor of Music, Sonic Arts Research Centre, Queen's University Belfast
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Style and Constraint in Electronic Musical Instruments.
M Gurevich, P Stapleton, A Marquez-Borbon
NIME 10, 106-111, 2010
Gtrace: General trace program compatible with emotionml
R Cowie, M Sawey, C Doherty, J Jaimovich, C Fyans, P Stapleton
2013 humaine association conference on affective computing and intelligent …, 2013
Examining the Spectator Experience.
AC Fyans, M Gurevich, P Stapleton
NIME 10, 1-4, 2010
Playing with constraints: Stylistic variation with a simple electronic instrument
M Gurevich, A Marquez-Borbon, P Stapleton
Computer Music Journal 36 (1), 23-41, 2012
Fourteen years of nime: the value and meaning of'community'in interactive music research.
A Marquez-Borbon, P Stapleton
NIME, 307-312, 2015
Transposing musical skill: sonification of movement as concurrent augmented feedback enhances learning in a bimanual task
J Dyer, P Stapleton, M Rodger
Psychological research 81 (4), 850-862, 2017
Designing for Style in New Musical Interactions.
M Gurevich, P Stapleton, PD Bennett
NIME, 213-217, 2009
Mapping sonification for perception and action in motor skill learning
JF Dyer, P Stapleton, M Rodger
Frontiers in neuroscience 11, 463, 2017
Advantages of melodic over rhythmic movement sonification in bimanual motor skill learning
JF Dyer, P Stapleton, MWM Rodger
Experimental Brain Research 235 (10), 3129-3140, 2017
Designing digital musical interactions in experimental contexts
A Marquez-Borbon, M Gurevich, AC Fyans, P Stapleton
contexts 16 (20), 21, 2011
Sonification as concurrent augmented feedback for motor skill learning and the importance of mapping design
J F Dyer, P Stapleton, M WM Rodger
The Open Psychology Journal 8 (1), 2015
A NIME of the times: developing an outward-looking political agenda for this community
F Morreale, A Bin, A McPherson, P Stapleton, M Wanderley
New Interfaces for Musical Expression, NIME'20, 2020
Where Did It All Go Wrong? A Model of Error From the Spectator's Perspective.
AC Fyans, M Gurevich, P Stapleton
NIME, 171-172, 2009
What makes a good musical instrument? a matter of processes, ecologies and specificities
M Rodger, P Stapleton, M Van Walstijn, M Ortiz, L Pardue
Proceedings of the international conference on New Interfaces for Musical …, 2020
Spectator understanding of error in performance
AC Fyans, M Gurevich, P Stapleton
CHI'09 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 3955-3960, 2009
Documentation in performance-led research
P Stapleton
Media International Australia 118 (1), 77-85, 2006
Autobiography and invention: Towards a critical understanding of identity, dialogue and resistance in improvised musics
P Stapleton
Contemporary Music Review 32 (2-3), 165-174, 2013
Co-Tuning Virtual-Acoustic Performance Ecosystems: observations on the development of skill and style in the study of musician-instrument relationships.
P Stapleton, M Van Walstijn, S Mehes
NIME, 311-314, 2018
Ecological considerations for participatory design of DMIs.
AC Fyans, A Marquez-Borbon, P Stapleton, M Gurevich
NIME, 2012
Dialogic evidence: Documentation of ephemeral events
P Stapleton
Body, Space & Technology 7 (2), 2008
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