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  • Nymoen, Kristian; Danielsen, Anne; London, Justin (Chapter / Bokkapittel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The attack phase of sound events plays an important role in how sounds and music are perceived. Several approaches have been suggested for locating salient time points and critical time spans within the attack portion of ...
  • Jensenius, Alexander Refsum; Johnson, Victoria (Chapter / Bokkapittel / AcceptedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2010)
    We report on the development of a video based analysis system that controls concatenative sound synthesis and sound spatialisation in realtime in concert performances. The system has been used in several pieces, most ...
  • Barrett, Natasha; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2016)
    Despite increasingly accessible and user-friendly multi-channel compositional tools, many composers still choose stereo formats for their work, where the compositional process is allied to diffusion performance over a ...
  • Erdem, Cagri; Schia, Katja Henriksen; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    What if a musician could step outside the familiar instrumental paradigm and adopt a new embodied language for moving through sound with a dancer in true partnership? And what if a dancer’s body could coalesce with a ...
  • Erdem, Cagri; Schia, Katja Henriksen; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2019)
    This paper describes the process of developing a shared instrument for music–dance performance, with a particular focus on exploring the boundaries between standstill vs motion, and silence vs sound. The piece Vrengt grew ...
  • Zelechowska, Agata; Gonzalez Sanchez, Victor Evaristo; Laeng, Bruno; Vuoskoski, Jonna Katariina; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2020)
    Moving to music is a universal human phenomenon, and previous studies have shown that people move to music even when they try to stand still. However, are there individual differences when it comes to how much people ...
  • Tørresen, Jim; Renton, Eirik; Jensenius, Alexander Refsum (Chapter / Bokkapittel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2010)
    This paper presents a comparison of different configurations of a wireless sensor system for capturing human motion. The systems consist of sensor elements which wirelessly transfers motion data to a receiver element. The ...