S. M. Astrid Bin
S. M. Astrid Bin
Ableton AG, DE
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Making high-performance embedded instruments with Bela and Pure Data
G Moro, SMA Bin, RH Jack, C Heinrichs, AP McPherson
University of Sussex, 2016
Skip the Pre-Concert Demo: How Technical Familiarity and Musical Style Affect Audience Response
SMA Bin, N Bryan-Kinns, AP McPherson
New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2016
In-the-moment and beyond: Combining post-hoc and real-time data for the study of audience perception of electronic music performance
SMA Bin, F Morreale, N Bryan-Kinns, AP McPherson
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 263-281, 2017
Hands where we can see them! Investigating the impact of gesture size on audience perception
SMA Bin, N Bryan-Kinns, AP McPherson
International Computer Music Conference, 2017
Making Grooves with Needles: Using e-textiles to Encourage Gender Diversity in Embedded Audio Systems Design
R Stewart, S Skach, SMA Bin
Proceedings of the 2018 on Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2018 …, 2018
The Show Must Go Wrong: Towards an understanding of audience perception of error in digital musical instrument performance
Risky business: Disfluency as a design strategy
SMA Bin, N Bryan-Kinns, AP McPherson
Building an IDE for an embedded system using web technologies
L Donovan, SMA Bin, J Armitage, AP McPherson
Audio Mostly, 2017
A NIME of the Times: Developing an Outward-Looking Political Agenda For This Community
F Morreale, SMA Bin, AP McPherson, P Stapleton, MM Wanderley
New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2020
From the museum to the browser: Translating a music-driven exhibit from physical space to a web app
SMA Bin, C Bui, B Genchel, K Sali, B Magerko, J Freeman
Web Audio Conference, 2019
Gender Diversity at NIME Workshop
SMA Bin, S Schoemann, A Weisling
New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2018
NIMEcraft Workshop: Exploring the Subtleties of Digital Lutherie
A McPherson, JDK ARMITAGE, SMA BIN, F Morreale, R Jack
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