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Development and Evaluation of an Interface with Four-Finger Pitch Selection

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Development and Evaluation of an Interface with Four-Finger Pitch Selection. / von Coler, Henrik ; Treindl, Gabriel; Egermann, Hauke Wolfgang; Weinzierl, Stefan.

Proceedings of the 142nd AES Convention - Audio Engineering Society. Audio Engineering Society, 2017. p. 1-8 9792.

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von Coler, H, Treindl, G, Egermann, HW & Weinzierl, S 2017, Development and Evaluation of an Interface with Four-Finger Pitch Selection. in Proceedings of the 142nd AES Convention - Audio Engineering Society., 9792, Audio Engineering Society, pp. 1-8.

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von Coler, H., Treindl, G., Egermann, H. W., & Weinzierl, S. (2017). Development and Evaluation of an Interface with Four-Finger Pitch Selection. In Proceedings of the 142nd AES Convention - Audio Engineering Society (pp. 1-8). [9792] Audio Engineering Society.

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von Coler H, Treindl G, Egermann HW, Weinzierl S. Development and Evaluation of an Interface with Four-Finger Pitch Selection. In Proceedings of the 142nd AES Convention - Audio Engineering Society. Audio Engineering Society. 2017. p. 1-8. 9792

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von Coler, Henrik ; Treindl, Gabriel ; Egermann, Hauke Wolfgang ; Weinzierl, Stefan. / Development and Evaluation of an Interface with Four-Finger Pitch Selection. Proceedings of the 142nd AES Convention - Audio Engineering Society. Audio Engineering Society, 2017. pp. 1-8

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