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hyperinstrument

Definitions

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  • n. Any musical instrument whose output is transformed by computer control

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ instrument

Examples

  • Prof. MACHOVER: Well, the basic idea of a hyperinstrument is where the technology is built right into the instrument so that the instrument knows how it's being played literally, what the expression is, what the meaning is, what the direction of the music is.

    A Composer At The Edge Of Sound

  • A hyperinstrument for Dan values the special movements that he can make and compensates for movements that are difficult for him to make.

    A Composer At The Edge Of Sound

  • Machover calls it a "hyperinstrument", a sort of thinking machine that allows Ma and his cello to interact with one another and make music together.

    The Guardian World News

  • Machover calls it a "hyperinstrument", a sort of thinking machine that allows Ma and his cello to interact with one another and make music together."

    The MIT factor: celebrating 150 years of maverick genius

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