Chris Nash
Chris Nash
Senior Lecturer in Music Technology, University of the West of England
Verified email at uwe.ac.uk
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Liveness and flow in notation use
C Nash, A Blackwell
New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) 2012, 2012
302012
Tracking virtuosity and flow in computer music
C Nash, A Blackwell
International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) 2011, 2011
222011
Supporting virtuosity and flow in computer music
C Nash
University of Cambridge, 2012
202012
Liveness in Notation Use: From Music to Programming.
L Church, C Nash, AF Blackwell
PPIG, 2, 2010
192010
The Cognitive Dimensions of Music Notations
C Nash
Technologies for Notation and Representation (TENOR) 2015 1, 2015
172015
Manhattan: End-User Programming for Music
C Nash
New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) 2014, 2014
142014
A user experience review of music interaction evaluations
D Brown, C Nash, T Mitchell
112017
Leimu: Gloveless music interaction using a wrist mounted leap motion
D Brown, N Renney, A Stark, C Nash, T Mitchell
92016
Flow of Creative Interaction with Digital Music Notations
C Nash, AF Blackwell
The Oxford Handbook of Interactive Audio, 387-404, 2014
82014
Realtime Representation and Gestural Control of Musical Polytempi.
C Nash, AF Blackwell
NIME, 28-33, 2008
52008
Understanding user-defined mapping design in mid-air musical performance
D Brown, C Nash, T Mitchell
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Movement and Computing, 1-8, 2018
42018
How can music visualisation techniques reveal different perspectives on musical structure?
S Hunt, T Mitchell, C Nash
42017
A cognitive dimensions approach for the design of an interactive generative score editor
S Hunt, T Mitchell, C Nash
32018
Thoughts on interactive generative music composition
S Hunt, C Nash, T Mitchell
2nd Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity, Milton Keynes, UK, 2017
32017
Simple mappings, expressive movement: a qualitative investigation into the end-user mapping design of experienced mid-air musicians
D Brown, C Nash, T Mitchell
Digital Creativity 29 (2-3), 129-148, 2018
22018
The ‘E’in QWERTY: Musical expression with old computer interfaces
C Nash
22016
GestureChords: Transparency in gesturally controlled digital musical instruments through iconicity and conceptual metaphor
D Brown, C Nash, T Mitchell
Proceedings SMC 2016, 2016
12016
Manhattan: Serious games for serious music
C Nash
12016
Turnector: Tangible Control Widgets For Capacitive Touchscreen Devices
EK Rutter, T Mitchell, C Nash
International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) 2014, 785-789, 2014
12014
Supporting creativity and motivation in learning programming: A musical treatment
C Nash
2018
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