The Meanings In Making: Openness, Technology and Inclusive Music Practices for People with Disabilities

Koichi Samuels

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Abstract

Digital musical instruments and interfaces can be designed to enable people with disabilities to participate in creative music-making. Advances in personalized, open source technologies and low-cost DIY components have made customized musical tools easily accessible for use in inclusive music-making. In this article, the author discusses his research with the Drake Music Project Northern Ireland on making music-making more inclusive.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)25-29
Number of pages5
JournalLeonardo Music Journal
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Publication statusPublished - 07 Dec 2015

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