Sonic Art – Opportunities for a Level Playing Field for Disabled Composers and Performers
In this paper I argue that the use of sensor technologies and computer software in Sonic Art has, for the first time, created a level playing field for disabled musicians.
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International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.129-134.
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Dr. Frank Lyons is Lecturer in Music Technology, Composition and Popular Music at the University of Ulster. His research interests include music technology and disability, electro-acoustic composition and improvisation using live electronics. He directs the Wired Ensemble, a new music group which combines disabled and non-disabled musicians, using cutting-edge sensor technology and software to compose and perform original works. As a composer, his work has been performed in the UK and Ireland, Europe, Australia and the United States and has been broadcast by the BBC and RTE. He is a Music Technology Consultant for arts and disability groups Share Music Sweden, Share Music UK and the Drake Music Project.
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