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Monday, June 4 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
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A Framework for Modular VST-based NIMEs Using EDA and Dependency Injection
by Patrick Palsbröker, Christine Steinmeier & Dominic Becking

In order to facilitate access to playing music spontaneously, the prototype of an instrument which allows a more natural learning approach was developed as part of the research project (name omitted for anonymity purpose). The result was a modular system consisting of several VST plug-ins, which on the one hand provides a drum interface to create sounds and tones and on the other hand generates or manipulates music through dance movement, in order to simplify the understanding of more abstract characteristics of music. This paper describes the development of a framework that defines a new software concept for the prototype, which since then has been further developed and evaluated several times. This will improve the maintainability and extensibility of the system and eliminate design weaknesses. To do so, the existing system first will be analyzed and requirements for the new framework, which is based on the concepts of event driven architecture and dependency injection, will be defined. The components are then transferred to the new system and their performance is assessed.

Monday June 4, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT
Torgersen Hall - Room 2150

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