Khatriza Saffian

Khatriza Saffian
Universiti Putra Malaysia | UPM · Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology

Masters of Music Technology

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Citations since 2017
2 Research Items
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Introduction
Mapping of user-defined gestures on mobile devices for expressive music interaction
Additional affiliations
July 2009 - present
Universiti Teknologi MARA
Position
  • Senior Lecturer
Description
  • Courses taught: Music technology, ear training, keyboard skills. Administrative: Head of Quality (2014 - 2018), Internal Quality Assurance, Accreditation Industry and Community: Event management, industrial attachment
Education
September 2007 - July 2009
New York University
Field of study
  • Music Technology
September 2003 - June 2006
Universiti Teknologi MARA
Field of study
  • Music Performance

Publications

Publications (4)
Conference Paper
Mobile applications have been developed as interfaces for musical purposes. The development of various musical mobile applications comes down to the interactions between users and the applications. Common touchscreen interaction of these applications is unnatural as it loses certain physical aspects such as movement, size, and effort. A preliminary...
Conference Paper
Aural training is one of the fundamental areas in music training. At higher learning institutions, the course is offered at various levels which require music majors to be proficient at every level. This course receives a variety of instructional strategies with activities include sight-singing exercises, recognition of different musical components...
Conference Paper
Independent music, often known as indie, is music produced independently from major commercial record labels or their subsidiaries, a process that may include an autonomous, do-it-yourself approach to recording and publishing. The "indie" scene in Malaysia has seen a dramatic growth in the last decade with numerous artistes now billing themselves a...
Conference Paper
Previous technical works on gamelan instruments include topics such as tuning systems, acoustical analysis, tone measurement, timbre analysis, temporal and spectral characteristics. These works are heavily focused on the Javanese and Balinese gamelan but not on the Malay gamelan. In the Malay gamelan ensemble, the keyed instruments particularly fro...

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