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Wolf, Sebanz and Knoblich publish new online article

May 13, 2020

The rhythms and melodies produced by Amadinda players are so intricate that they seem impossible to produce (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJzWOC--ixc). Research on inter-limb coordination has shown that maintaining such intricate coordination at a high tempo is indeed almost impossible. Amadinda players however distribute their melodies and rhythms across performers in a certain way that might hint at how unusual coordination patterns are achieved in joint music-making and other joint actions.

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