Music Interaction Design is at the heart of Integra Lab’s activities. We have gained considerable reputation in music and human-computer interaction, culminating in our hosting of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) International Conference in July 2020. Our research work focuses mainly on:
- Developing interactive systems for music creation, performance and education;
- Undertaking applied and practice-led research in musical creativity and sustainability.
As pioneers of the conceptual framework ‘music-centred design’, we place musicians and the activity of music making at the heart of what we do, developing technologies that empower users and let them think musically. The Integra Live software, for example, was specifically conceived to help musicians design and control their live interaction with electronics