Musical Interface with the Human Nervous System
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is the human perception of music.
· D. Rosenboom. Extended Musical Interface with the Human Nervous System: Assessment and Prospectus (Leonardo Monograph Series, No. 1, International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology, 1990; revised version, MIT Press, Electronic Journals, Leonardo Monograph Series, 1997). http://www.leoalmanac.org/resources/emonograph/rosenboom/rosenboom.html
· R.B. Knapp and H. Lusted. "A Bioelectric Controller for Computer Music Applications," Computer Music Journal 14, No. 1, pp. 42-47; and see also, "Biomuse: In Search of the Brain-to-MIDI Link," Keyboard (June 1989), pp. 26-27.
· A.Lucier. Music for Solo Performer, LP Record (Lovely Music, LP1014, 1982).
· D. Rosenboom. Invisible Gold, Classics of Live Electronic Music Involving Extended Musical Interface with the Human Nervous System, CD (Pogus Productions, POGUS 21022-2, 2000).
· Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, Periodical.
· D. Rosenboom, ed. Biofeedback and the Arts, Results of Early Experiments, Second Edition (Aesthetic Research Centre of Canada Publications, 1976).
· A. Lucier. Clocker, CD (Lovely Music, CD1019, 1994).
· J.A. Scott Kelso. Dynamic Patterns: The Self-Organization of Brain and Behavior (MIT Press, 1995).
· M. Clynes. "Towards a View of Man," in M. Clynes and J.H. Milsum, eds., Biomedical Engineering Systems (McGraw-Hill, 1972), pp. 272-358.
· L. Glass and M.C. Mackey. From Clocks to Chaos: The Rhythms of Life (Princeton University Press, 1988).
· W.J. Dowling and D.L. Harwood. Music Cognition (Academic Press, 1986).
· D. Rosenboom. "On Being Invisible II (Hypatia Speaks to Jefferson in a Dream)," on Transmigration Music, CD (Centaur Records, CRC 2490, 2000).
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