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Evaluating a continuous sonic interaction: comparing a performable acoustic and digital everyday sound

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Evaluating a continuous sonic interaction : comparing a performable acoustic and digital everyday sound. / Keenan, Fiona; Pauletto, Sandra.

SMC 2019 : Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference. ed. / Isabel Barbancho; Lorenzo J. Tardón; Alberto Peinado; Ana M. Barbancho. 2019. p. 127-134 (Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conferences.).

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Harvard

Keenan, F & Pauletto, S 2019, Evaluating a continuous sonic interaction: comparing a performable acoustic and digital everyday sound. in I Barbancho, LJ Tardón, A Peinado & AM Barbancho (eds), SMC 2019 : Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference. Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conferences., pp. 127-134, Sound & Music Computing Conference, Málaga, Spain, 28/05/19. <http://smc2019.uma.es/proceedings.html>

APA

Keenan, F., & Pauletto, S. (2019). Evaluating a continuous sonic interaction: comparing a performable acoustic and digital everyday sound. In I. Barbancho, L. J. Tardón, A. Peinado, & A. M. Barbancho (Eds.), SMC 2019 : Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference (pp. 127-134). (Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conferences.). http://smc2019.uma.es/proceedings.html

Vancouver

Keenan F, Pauletto S. Evaluating a continuous sonic interaction: comparing a performable acoustic and digital everyday sound. In Barbancho I, Tardón LJ, Peinado A, Barbancho AM, editors, SMC 2019 : Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference. 2019. p. 127-134. (Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conferences.).

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Keenan, Fiona ; Pauletto, Sandra. / Evaluating a continuous sonic interaction : comparing a performable acoustic and digital everyday sound. SMC 2019 : Proceedings of the 16th Sound & Music Computing Conference. editor / Isabel Barbancho ; Lorenzo J. Tardón ; Alberto Peinado ; Ana M. Barbancho. 2019. pp. 127-134 (Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conferences.).

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