Collaboration is important to us at OmniMusic, so we’ve teamed up with other musicians and Assistive Music Technology experts to do some problem solving and creative thinking!
Mark has a longstanding interest in combining music and technology. After completing a Masters in Music Technology at York University he has worked with a wide variety of organisations, exploring the potential of assistive technology which enables people of all abilities to make music. He has notably worked with the team creating the MIDIcreator and is the primary developer of the Apollo Ensemble software.
Mark is committed to making assistive technology accessible to everyone and has delivered a series of conferences, training and workshops to share this on a larger platform.
Musician and Technology Designer
Rachael is a musician who also designs assistive music technology. Rachael was named Tech4Good IT Volunteer of the Year 2015 for her work with music and technology for young people at Royal School Manchester, Seashell. Rachael is passionate about community music-making, and has directed Mistral Clarinet Choir since 2013 to enable adult students of all abilities to make music together. She delivers musical sessions with the technology that she has developed at various special schools in the Manchester area.