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Title: Computer assisted music instructment tutoring applied to violin practice
Keywords: interactive Digital Violin Tutor,iDVT,Computer Assisted Musical Instrument Tutoring,CAMIT,amateur violin player,unsupervised practice
Issue Date: 4-Aug-2009
Citation: LU HUANHUAN (2009-08-04). Computer assisted music instructment tutoring applied to violin practice. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Lecture and practice are the two most important phases in the learning of musical instruments. Incontrast to their comparable importance, while lecture is well studied in music education andComputer Assisted Musical Instrument Tutoring (CAMIT), practice is receiving far less attentionespecially when it is unsupervised.This thesis focuses on the everyday practice of beginning musical instrument learners and propose ageneral framework for designing CAMIT systems focusing on unsupervised practice. The thesis alsopresents interactive Digital Violin Tutor (iDVT), a practical CAMIT system that follows theproposed framework and aims at assisting amateur violin players in unsupervised practice. iDVTprovides accurate, informative and intuitive feedback that smooth the learning experience ofbeginners.
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