Publications

    2019 and forthcoming

  1. A. McPherson, F. Morreale and J. Harrison. Musical instruments for novices: Comparing NIME, HCI and crowdfunding approaches. in S. Holland et al., eds. New Directions in Music and HCI. Forthcoming, Springer. Issue , 2019.
  2. F. Morreale, A.Guidi and A. McPherson. Magpick: an Augmented Guitar Pick for Nuanced Control. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression - accepted for publication, Porto Alegre, Brazil. 2019.
  3. A. McPherson, F. Morreale and A.Guidi. Designing Creative Tensions between Concept and Embodied Practice. CHI 2019 workshop "Doing Things with Research through Design" - accepted for publication, Glasgow, UK. 2019.
  4. C. Nordmoen, J. Armitage, F. Morreale, R. Stewart and A. McPherson. Making Sense of Sensors: Discovery Through Craft Practice with an Open-ended Sensor Material. Proc. Designing Interactive Systems - accepted for publication, San Jose, United States. 2019.
  5. F. Morreale. An Early-Stage Autobiographical Account of a New Performance Technology. Proc. International Symposium on Performance Science - accepted for publication, Melbourne, Australia. 2019.
  6. V. Goudarzi, A. Gioti, G. Lepri and F. Morreale. Exploring Participatory Sound Art. International Computer Music Conference - accepted for publication, New York, United States. 2019.
  7. 2018

  8. F. Morreale, J. Armitage and A. McPherson. Effect of Instrument Structure Alterations on Violin Performance. Frontiers in Psychology - Performance Science 9, 2436. Issue , 2018.
  9. F. Morreale, A. McPherson and M. Wanderley. NIME Identity from the Performer's Perspective. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. 2018.
  10. R. Jack, J. Harrison, F. Morreale and A. McPherson. Democratising DMIs: the relationship of expertise and control intimacy. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. 2018.
  11. J. Harrison, R. Jack, F. Morreale and A. McPherson. When is a Guitar not a Guitar? Cultural Form, Input Modality and Expertise. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Blacksburg, Virginia, USA. 2018.
  12. R. Masu, N. Correia and F. Morreale. 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. 2018.
  13. 2017

  14. F. Morreale and A. McPherson. Design for Longevity: Ongoing Use of Instruments from NIME 2010-14. Proc. New Instruments for Musical Expression, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2017.
  15. J. Armitage, F. Morreale and A. McPherson. The finer the musician, the smaller the details: NIMEcraft under the microscope. Proc. New Instruments for Musical Expression, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2017.
  16. A. McPherson, J. Armitage, A. Bin, F. Morreale, R. Jack. NIMEcraft Workshop: Exploring the Subtleties of Digital Lutherie. Proc. New Instruments for Musical Expression, Copenhagen, Denmark. 2017.
  17. F. Morreale, G. Moro, A. Chamberlain, S. Benford and A. McPherson. Building a maker community around an open hardware platform. Proc. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Denver, USA. 2017.
  18. A. McPherson and F. Morreale. Technology and community in toolkits for musical interface design. ACM CHI Workshop on HCI.tools, Denver, USA. 2017.
  19. F. Morreale, R. Masu and A. McPherson. Constraining control in mixed-initiative musical interfaces. ACM CHI Workshop on Mixed-Initiative Creative Interfaces, Denver, USA. 2017.
  20. S. A. Bin, F.Morreale, N. Bryan-Kinns, A. McPherson. 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. 2017.
  21. R. Masu, A. Conci, C. Core, A. De Angeli and F. Morreale. Robinflock: a Polyphonic Algorithmic Composer for Interactive Scenarios with Children. Proc. Sound and Music Computing, Helsinki, Finland. 2017.
  22. C. Core, A. Conci, A. De Angeli, R. Masu and F. Morreale. Designing a Musical Playground in the Kindergarten. Proc. British HCI, Sunderland, United Kingdom. 2017.
  23. F. Morreale. Divesting Control to the Machine in Digital Art. Proc. EVA London, London, United Kingdom. 2017.
  24. 2016

  25. Morreale, F. and De Angeli, A.. Collaborating With An Autonomous Agent To Generate Affective Music. Computers in Entertainment. Issue , 2016.
  26. Morreale, F. and Masu, R. Renegotiating Responsibilities in Human-Computer Ensembles. Proc. Colloquio di Informatica Musicale, Cagliari, Italy. 2016.
  27. Masu, R., Conci, A., Menestrina, Z., Morreale, F., & De Angeli, A.. Beatfield: An Open-Meaning Audiovisual Exploration. Proc. Design of Cooperative Systems, Trento, Italy. 2016.
  28. Bresin, R., Elblaus, L., Frid, E., Favero, F., Annersten, L., Berner, D., & Morreale, F. Sound Forest/Ljudskogen: a Large-Scale String-Based Interactive Musical Instrument. Proc. Sound and Music Computing, Hamburg, Germany. 2016.
  29. Matassa, A. and Morreale, F.. Multisensory experiences for singers: a first tangible prototype. Proc. Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, Heidelberg, Germany. 2016.
  30. Matassa, A. and Morreale, F.. Supporting Singers with Tangible and Visual Feedback. Proc. Advanced Visual Interfaces, Bari, Italy. 2016.
  31. Gupta, R., Khomami Abadi, M., Cárdenes Cabré, J.A., Morreale, F., Falk, T.H., & Sebe, N.. A Quality Adaptive Multimodal Affect Recognition System for User-Centric Multimedia Indexing. Proc. International Conference on Multimedia Retrieval, New York, United States. 2016.

    2015

  32. F. Morreale. Designing New Experiences of Music Making. Ph.D. Thesis, Trento, Italy. 2015.
  33. F. Morreale & De Angeli, A.. Evaluating Visitor Experiences with Interactive Art. Proc. Italian SIGCHI Chapter, Rome, Italy. 2015.
  34. F. Morreale. Designing Human-Machine Ensembles. Proc. Collaborating with Intelligent Machines - Interfaces for Creative Sound (CHI workshop), Seoul, South Korea. 2015.
  35. Conci, A., Core, C. & Morreale, F... Weighting Play and Learning in Interaction. Proc. PALX Workshop Player and Learner Experience at CHItaly, Rome, Italy. 2015.

    2014

  36. Morreale, F., Miniukovich, A. & De Angeli, A.. TwitterRadio: Translating Tweets into Music. Proc. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI, Toronto, Canada. 2014.
  37. Morreale, F., De Angeli, A. & O'Modhrain S.. Musical Interface Design : An Experience-oriented Framework. Proc. New Interfaces for Musical Expression, London, United Kingdom. 2014.
  38. Morreale, F., De Angeli, A. & O'Modhrain S.. Observations on Visitors’ Behaviour in The Music Room. Proc. of Practice-Based Research Workshop at NIME, London, United Kingdom. 2014.
  39. Morreale, F., Masu, R. & De Angeli, A.. Interacting With Algorithmic Music Through Semantic Descriptors. Proc. Computer and Robotic Systems for Automatic Music Performance at IAS, Padova, Italy. 2014.
  40. Morreale, F., Chietera, M. T. & De Angeli, A.. Prototyping Interactive Lighting for a Musical Installation. Proc. Experiencing Light, Eindhoven, The Nedherlands. 2014.
  41. 2013

  42. Morreale, F., De Angeli, A., Masu, R., Rota, P. & Conci, N.. Collaborative Creativity: The Music Room. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. Issue , 2013.
  43. Morreale, F., Masu, R. & De Angeli, A.. Robin: An Algorithmic Composer For Interactive Scenarios. Proc. Sound and Music Computing, Stockholm, Sweden. 2013.
  44. Morreale, F., Masu, R., De Angeli, A. & Rota, P.. The Music Room. Proc. Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI, Paris, France. 2013.
  45. Morreale, F., Masu, R., De Angeli, A. & Fava, P.. The effect of expertise in evaluating emotions in music. Proc. International Conference on Music & Emotion, Jyväskylä, Finland. 2013.
  46. 2012

  47. Morreale, F., De Angeli, A. & Masu, R.. Interfaces for Musical Creativity for Non-Experts. Designing Interactive Systems - Workshop on Designing Performative Interactions in Public Spaces, Newcastle, United Kingdom. 2012.
  48. 2011

  49. Fontana, F., Morreale, F., Regia-Corte, T., Lécuyer, A. & Marchal, M.. Auditory recognition of floor surfaces by temporal and spectral cues of walking. Proc. International Conference on Auditory Display, Budapest, Hungary. 2011.