Charity no. 1171097

is a registered charity that specialises in using assistive and interactive technology to enable people with disabilities to be fully involved in writing, producing and performing music. We run inclusive music projects working on a one-to-one basis to working with large groups.

A major part of our work is arranging and producing all sorts of live performances, giving the people who take part in our projects the opportunity to experience the sense of achievement when performing their own music in front of an audience.

Our aim is to use the technology to enable disabled and non-disabled musicians to perform together as one.

OmniMusic is a registered charity that specialises in using assistive and interactive technology to enable people with disabilities to be fully involved in writing, producing and performing music. We run inclusive music projects working on a one-to-one basis to working with large groups.

A major part of our work is arranging and producing all sorts of live performances, giving the people who take part in our projects the opportunity to experience the sense of achievement when performing their own music in front of an audience.

Our aim is to use the technology to enable disabled and non-disabled musicians to perform together as one.

Training

For many years we have been training teachers, music therapists and community musicians in the specialist technology we use. An important aspect of the training we deliver is to concentrate on using the technology involved in a creative way.

Training

For many years we have been training teachers, music therapists and community musicians in the specialist technology we use. An important aspect of the training we deliver is to concentrate on using the technology involved in a creative way.

Developing Technology

Very often we’ve found that some people prefer the look and feel of ‘real’ instruments over switches and bits of technology. A unique aspect of our work is the ability to adapt conventional instruments to work with the technology involved.

Developing Technology

Very often we’ve found that some people prefer the look and feel of ‘real’ instruments over switches and bits of technology. A unique aspect of our work is the ability to adapt conventional instruments to work with the technology involved.

Meet the Team

Below are the key people involved in bringing fun and assitive technology to the world.

Doug Briggs

Doug has a varied background, including mechanical engineering, professional studio applications and music, and was first involved with assistive technology in 1988.

Andy Boothman

Andy is a percussionist and double bass player specialising in Afro-Cuban music. He has been using assistive music technology since 1998.

Reach Us

We would love to hear from you.

info@omnimusic.org.uk

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