Cognitive Styles and Computer-Based Creativity Support Systems: Two Linked Studies of Electro-acoustic Music Composers View Full Text


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DATE

2008

AUTHORS

Barry Eaglestone , Nigel Ford , Peter Holdridge , Jenny Carter , Catherine Upton

ABSTRACT

This paper explores cognitive style as one of the factors that may explain tensions that can exist between individual electroacoustic composers and the software they use. The discussion centres on two linked studies: (a) a small scale intensive qualitative case study of 2 established composers, in which they unexpectedly revealed differences that mapped remarkably well onto one of the key dimensions of cognitive style identified in the psychological and cognitive literature, namely global and analytic; and (b) a survey, conducted using a web-based questionnaire, of composers’ cognitive styles and approaches to composition. This survey was motivated by study (a). The results of the 2 studies combined suggest that there are characteristic cognitive styles traits within the electroacoustic composer community which correlate with particular approaches to composition and also to levels of satisfaction with composition software. Thus we propose a new area of research, namely, usability studies of computer music software that is sensitive to cognitive styles. More... »

PAGES

74-97

Book

TITLE

Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval. Sense of Sounds

ISBN

978-3-540-85034-2
978-3-540-85035-9

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-3-540-85035-9_5

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