Publications

    PhD thesis

  • Morreale, F. (2015). Designing New Experiences of Music Making. Dept. of Information Engineering and Computer Science, University of Trento, Italy. [⇩]

    Book chapters

  • McPherson, A., Morreale, F. & Harrison, J. (2019). Musical instruments for novices: Comparing NIME, HCI and crowdfunding approaches. in S. Holland et al., eds. New Directions in Music and HCI. Springer. [⇩]
  • Journal articles

  • McMillan, A. & Morreale, F. (2020). Purpose and Well-Being Through Administering Network Performances. Journal of Network Music and Arts [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Masu, R. & De Angeli, A. (2019). The Influence of Coauthorship in the Interpretation of Multimodal Interfaces. Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Armitage, J. & McPherson, A. (2018). Effect of Instrument Structure Alterations on Violin Performance. Frontiers in Psychology - Performance Science, 9, 2436 [⇩]
  • Morreale, F. & De Angeli, A. (2016). Collaborating With An Autonomous Agent To Generate Affective Music. Computers in Entertainment, 19-29 [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., De Angeli, A., Masu, R., Rota, P. & Conci, N. (2013). Collaborative Creativity: The Music Room. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 1187-1199 [⇩]
  • Conference papers

    🏆 = Best paper
    🏅= Honorable mention

  • Morreale, F. (2020). A Guitar Pick Augmentation for Nuanced Effect Control. The 21st Century Guitar, Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Morreale, F.,& Eriksson, M. (2020). My Library Has Just Been Obliterated: Producing New Norms of Use Via Software Update. Proc. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Honolulu, United States. [⇩] 🏅
  • Morreale, F., Bin, A., McPherson, A., Stapleton, P., & Wanderley, M. (2020). A NIME Of The Times: Developing an Outward-Looking Political Agenda For This Community. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Birmingham, United Kindgom. [⇩]
  • Dallas, L. & , Morreale, F. (2020). Effects of Added Vocals and Human Production to AI-composed Music on Listener’s Appreciation. Proc. Joint Conference on AI Music Creativity. Issue , [⇩]
  • Morreale, F.,& Eriksson, M. (2020). New and Improved? On Spotify and the Hidden Surveillance Mechanisms of Software Updated. Proc. 9th Biennial Surveillance and Society conference, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Guidi, A., Morreale, F.,& Eriksson, M. (2020). Design for Auditory Imagery: Altering Instruments to Explore Performer Fluency. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Onlin. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Guidi, A. & McPherson, A. (2019). Magpick: an Augmented Guitar Pick for Nuanced Control. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Porto Alegre, Brazil. [⇩]
  • Nordmoen, C., Armitage, J., Morreale, F., Stewart, R. & McPherson, A. (2019). Making Sense of Sensors: Discovery Through Craft Practice with an Open-ended Sensor Material. Proc. Designing Interactive Systems, San Jose, United States. [⇩]
  • Masu, R., Bettega, M., Correia, N.N., Romão, T. & Morreale, F. (2019). ARCAA: a Framework to Analyse the Artifact Ecology in Computer Music Performance. Proc. ARTECH, Braga, Portugal. [⇩]
  • Goudarzi, V., Gioti, A., Lepri, G. & Morreale, F. (2019). Exploring Participatory Sound Art. International Computer Music Conference, New York, United States. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F. (2019). An Early-Stage Autobiographical Account of a New Performance Technology. Proc. International Symposium on Performance Science, Melbourne, Australia. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., McPherson, A. & Wanderley, M. (2018). NIME Identity from the Performer's Perspective. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Blacksburg, Virginia, United States. [⇩]
  • Jack, R., Harrison, J., Morreale, F. & McPherson, A. (2018). Democratising DMIs: the relationship of expertise and control intimacy. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Blacksburg, Virginia, United States. [⇩] 🏆
  • Harrison, J., Jack, R., Morreale, F. & McPherson, A. (2018). When is a Guitar not a Guitar? Cultural Form, Input Modality and Expertise. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Blacksburg, Virginia, United States.
  • Masu, R., Correia, N. & Morreale, F. (2018). Toward the adoption of design concepts in scoring for Digital Musical Instruments: a case study on affordances and constraints. Proc. International Conference on New Music Concepts, Treviso, Italy. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F & McPherson, A. (2017). Design for Longevity: Ongoing Use of Instruments from NIME 2010-14. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Copenhagen, Denmark. [⇩]
  • McPherson, A., Armitage, J., Bin, A., Morreale, F. & Jack, R. (2017). NIMEcraft Workshop: Exploring the Subtleties of Digital Lutherie. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Morreale, F, Moro, G., Chamberlain, A., Benford, S. & McPherson, A. (2017). Building a maker community around an open hardware platform. Proc. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Denver, United States. [⇩]
  • Bin, A., Morreale, F., Bryan-Kinns, N. & McPherson, A. (2017). In-the-moment and beyond: Combining post-hoc and real-time data for the study of audience perception of electronic music performance. Proc. INTERACT, Mumbai, India. [⇩]
  • Masu, R., Conci, A., Core, C., De Angeli, A. & Morreale, F. (2017). Robinflock: a Polyphonic Algorithmic Composer for Interactive Scenarios with Children. Proc. Sound and Music Computing, Helsinki, Finland. [⇩]
  • Core, C., Conci, A., De Angeli, A., Masu, R. & Morreale, F. (2017). Designing a Musical Playground in the Kindergarten. Proc. British HCI, Sunderland, United Kingdom. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F. (2017). Divesting Control to the Machine in Digital Art. Proc. EVA London, London, United Kingdom. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F. & Masu, R. (2016). Renegotiating Responsibilities in Human-Computer Ensembles. Proc. Colloquio di Informatica Musicale, Cagliari, Italy. [⇩]
  • Masu, R., Conci, A., Menestrina, Z., Morreale, F. & De Angeli, A. (2016). Beatfield: An Open-Meaning Audiovisual Exploration. Proc. Design of Cooperative Systems, Trento, Italy. [⇩]
  • Bresin, R., Elblaus, L., Frid, E., Favero, F., Annersten, L., Berner, D. & Morreale, F (2016). Sound Forest/Ljudskogen: a Large-Scale String-Based Interactive Musical Instrument. Proc. Sound and Music Computing, Hamburg, Germany. [⇩]
  • Matassa, A. & Morreale, F. (2016). Multisensory experiences for singers: a first tangible prototype. Proc. Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, Heidelberg, Germany. [⇩]
  • Matassa, A. & Morreale, F. (2016). Supporting Singers with Tangible and Visual Feedback. Proc. Advanced Visual Interfaces, Bari, Italy. [⇩]
  • Gupta, R., Khomami Abadi, M., Cárdenes Cabré, J.A., Morreale, F., Falk, T.H. & Sebe, N. (2016). A Quality Adaptive Multimodal Affect Recognition System for User-Centric Multimedia Indexing. Proc. International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval, New York, United States. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F. & De Angeli, A. (2015). Evaluating Visitor Experiences with Interactive Art. Proc. Italian SIGCHI Chapter, Rome, Italy. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Miniukovich, A. & De Angeli, A. (2014). TwitterRadio: Translating Tweets into Music. Proc. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Toronto, Canada. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., De Angeli, A. & O'Modhrain S. (2014). Musical Interface Design : An Experience-oriented Framework. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME), London, United Kingdom. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Chietera, M. T. & De Angeli, A. (2014). Prototyping Interactive Lighting for a Musical Installation. Proc. Experiencing Light, Eindhoven, The Nedherlands. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Masu, R. & De Angeli, A. (2013). Robin: An Algorithmic Composer For Interactive Scenarios. Proc. Sound and Music Computing, Stockholm, Sweden. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Masu, R., De Angeli, A. & Rota, P. (2013). The Music Room. Proc. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Paris, France. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Masu, R., De Angeli, A. & Fava, P. (2013). The effect of expertise in evaluating emotions in music. Proc. International Conference on Music & Emotion, Jyväskylä, Finland. [⇩]
  • Fontana, F., Morreale, F., Regia-Corte, T., Lécuyer, A. & Marchal, M. (2011). Auditory recognition of floor surfaces by temporal and spectral cues of walking. Proc. International Conference on Auditory Display, Budapest, Hungary. [⇩]
  • Convened panels ad workshops

  • Morreale, F. & Eriksson, M. (2021). Effect of dataveillance on artistic and cultural production: Exploiting user data to shape user preferences and create new content. STS Italia, Trieste, Italy. 2021. [⇩]
  • Martin, C., Morreale, F., Wallace, b. & Scurto, H. (2020). Critical Perspectives on AI/ML in Musical interfaces . NIME, Birmingham, UK. 2020.
  • Armitage, J., Bin, A., Jack, R., McPherson, A. & Morreale, F. (2017). NIMEcraft Workshop: Exploring the Subtleties of Digital Lutherie . NIME Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2017. [⇩]

    Workshop papers

  • McPherson, A., Morreale, F. & Guidi, A. (2019). Designing Creative Tensions between Concept and Embodied Practice. CHI 2019 workshop "Doing Things with Research through Design", Glasgow, UK. 2019. [⇩]
  • McPherson, A. & Morreale, F. (2017). Technology and community in toolkits for musical interface design. CHI Workshop on HCI.tools, Denver, USA. 2017. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Masu, R. & McPherson, A. (2017). Constraining control in mixed-initiative musical interfaces. CHI Workshop on Mixed-Initiative Creative Interfaces, Denver, USA. 2017. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F. (2015). Designing Human-Machine Ensembles. CHI Workshop on Collaborating with Intelligent Machines, Seoul, South Korea. 2015. [⇩]
  • Conci, A., Core, C. & Morreale, F. (2015). Weighting Play and Learning in Interaction. CHItaly Workshop on PALX Player and Learner Experience, Rome, Italy. 2015. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., De Angeli, A. & O'Modhrain S. (2014). Observations on Visitors’ Behaviour in The Music Room. NIME Workshop Practice-Based Research, London, United Kingdom. 2014. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., Masu, R. & De Angeli, A. (2014). Interacting With Algorithmic Music Through Semantic Descriptors. IAS Workshop on Computer and Robotic Systems for Automatic Music Performance, Padova, Italy. 2014. [⇩]
  • Morreale, F., De Angeli, A. & Masu, R. (2012). Interfaces for Musical Creativity for Non-Experts. DIS Workshop on Designing Performative Interactions in Public Spaces, Newcastle, United Kingdom. 2012. [⇩]