Use the Force: Incorporating Touch Force Sensors into Mobile Music Interaction

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The musical possibilities of force sensors on touchscreen devices are explored, using Apple’s 3D Touch. Three functions are selected to be controlled by force: (a) excitation, (b) modification (aftertouch), and (c) mode change. Excitation starts a note, modification alters a playing note, and mode change controls binary on/off sound parameters. Four instruments are designed using different combinations of force-sound mapping strategies. ForceKlick is a single button instrument that plays consecutive notes within one touch by altering touch force, by detecting force down-peaks. The iPhone 6s/7 Ocarina features force-sensitive fingerholes that heightens octaves upon high force. Force Trombone continuously controls gain by force. Force Synth is a trigger pad array featuring all functions in one button: start note by touch, control vibrato with force, and toggle octaves upon abrupt burst of force. A simple user test suggests that adding force features to well-known instruments are more friendly and usable.
Publisher
Springer Verlag
Issue Date
2018-11
Language
English
Citation

Lecture Notes in Computer Science, v.11265, no.1

ISSN
0302-9743
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-01692-0_38
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/248705
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GCT-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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