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  • Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Research report / Forskningsrapport, 2009)
  • Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    The paper presents a method for sonification of human body motion based on motiongrams. Motiongrams show the spatiotemporal development of body motion by plotting average matrices of motion images over time. The resultant ...
  • Godøy, Rolf Inge (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    In recent decades, we have seen a surge in published work on embodied music cognition, and it is now broadly accepted that musical experience is intimately linked with experiences of body motion. It is also clear that music ...
  • Godøy, Rolf Inge (Chapter / Bokkapittel / SubmittedVersion, 2017)
    There can be no doubt that we often experience correspondences between different sense modalities in music, such as between sound, vision, motion, and touch (just to mention the most prominent ones). This is evident in ...
  • Danielsen, Anne; Haugen, Mari Romarheim; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    Pulse is a fundamental reference for the production and perception of rhythm. In this paper, we study entrainment to changes in the micro-rhythmic design of the basic pulse of the groove in ‘Left & Right’ by D’Angelo. In ...
  • Bruford, Fred; Lartillot, Olivier; McDonald, SKoT; Sandler, Mark (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    The GrooveToolbox is a new Python toolbox implementing various algorithms, new and pre-existing, for the analysis and comparison of symbolic drum loops, including rhythm features, similarity metrics and microtiming features. ...
  • Jensenius, Alexander Refsum; Nymoen, Kristian; Godøy, Rolf Inge (Chapter / Bokkapittel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2008)
    The paper presents some challenges faced in developing an experimental setup for studying coarticulation in music-related body movements. This has included solutions for storing and synchronising motion capture, biosensor ...
  • Nymoen, Kristian; Haugen, Mari Romarheim; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    The MYO armband from Thalmic Labs is a complete and wireless motion and muscle sensing platform. This paper evaluates the armband’s sensors and its potential for NIME applications. This is followed by a presentation of the ...
  • Gonzalez Sanchez, Victor Evaristo; Zelechowska, Agata; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    This exploratory study investigates muscular activity characteristics of a group of audience members during an experimental music performance. The study was designed to be as ecologically valid as possible, collecting data ...
  • Størvold, Tore (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    This article bridges ecocriticism and popular music analysis in a close reading of three examples that respond musically to environmental debates in Iceland during the period 2006–2009. Political-environmental tensions in ...
  • Thompson, Marc Richard; Vuoskoski, Jonna Katariina (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Technology has impacted music’s role in contemporary society in extraordinary ways. In addition to how people use music for professional and artistic pursuits, technology has opened a wide variety of new avenues for research ...
  • Jensenius, Alexander Refsum; Voldsund, Arve (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2012)
    We report on the Music Ball Project, a longterm, exploratory project focused on creating novel instruments/controllers with a spherical shape as the common denominator. Besides a simple and attractive geometrical shape, ...
  • Brøvig-Hanssen, Ragnhild (Doctoral thesis / Doktoravhandling, 2013)
    Technological mediation has been imperative to popular music's production throughout its history. In addition to their impact upon the means of producing popular music, new developments in technology have always had an ...
  • Brøvig-Hanssen, Ragnhild; Danielsen, Anne (Chapter / Bokkapittel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    Recorded sound is acousmatic, meaning that it does not display any visual sound sources. When people listen to recorded/acousmatic sound, they generally apply their previous experiences with the acoustical conditions of ...
  • Born, Georgina; Devine, Kyle (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / SubmittedVersion, 2015)
    Music technology undergraduate degree programmes are a relatively new phenomenon in British higher education, situated at the intersection of music, digital technologies, and sound art. Such degrees have exploded in ...
  • Borregaard, Andreas; Vuoskoski, Jonna Katariina; Hawkins, Roddy (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / SubmittedVersion, 2018)
    As part of the Copenhagen workshop of the Evaluating Methods of Aesthetic Inquiry Network, which took place from the 6th to 8th of April 2017, the organisers invited accordionist Andreas Borregaard to give a performance ...
  • Vuoskoski, Jonna Katariina (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    Having “good rhythm” is essential in both music and competitive rowing, but what exactly constitutes “good rhythm,” and how do we achieve it? Although rhythm is often discussed in purely auditory terms, I argue that rhythm ...
  • Haugen, Mari Romarheim (Doctoral thesis / Doktoravhandling, 2016)
    This thesis investigates the interaction between perceived rhythm and underlying reference structures in the experience of rhythm in music. The point of departure is that both music performers’ and perceivers’ body motions ...
  • Størvold, Tore (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    This article presents a musicological and ecocritical close reading of the song “Brennisteinn” (“sulphur” or, literally, “burning rock”) by the acclaimed post-rock band Sigur Rós. The song— and its accompanying music ...
  • Kjus, Yngvar (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Streaming services for music are growing worldwide, and the Nordic countries are leading the way. In Norway, streaming represented 88 percent of digital music revenues in 2014, as opposed to 23 percent globally. In essence, ...