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NIME – New Interfaces for Musical Expression

How can we make music in the digital age? A glimpse into the NIME (New Interfaces for Musical Expression) conference.

In this video you will see several examples of new interfaces for musical expression (NIME). Watch the video and move on to the next step for a discussion on NIME.

The video shows extracts from NIME perfomances by Michel Waisvisz, Carles López, SSS- Cecile Babiole, Laurent Dailleau and Atau Tanaka, Adachi Tomomi, Anthony Hornof, Miya Masaoka, Yoichi Nagashima, Brenda Hutchinson, Ryan Janzen and Steve Mann, L2Ork (Linux Laptop Orchestra), Tom Mays, Dan Overholt and Lars Graugaard, D. Andrew Stewart, Mark Appelbaum, University of Michigan Mobile Ensemble, Robert Alexander and Anton Pugh.

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