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Traditional Thai Musical Instrument for Tablet Computer– Ranaad EK

Authors: Kasikrit Damkliang, Athiwat Thongnuan, Suppakit Chanlert

Abstract:

This paper proposes an architectural and graphical user interface (GUI) design of a traditional Thai musical instrument application for tablet computers for practicing “Ranaad Ek" which is a trough-resonated keyboard percussion instrument. The application provides percussion methods for a player as real as a physical instrument. The application consists of two playing modes. The first mode is free playing, a player can freely multi touches on wooden bar to produce instrument sounds. The second mode is practicing mode that guilds the player to follow percussions and rhythms of practice songs. The application has achieved requirements and specifications.

Keywords: Architectural software design, GUI; traditional Thai musical instrument, percussion instrument

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1072026

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