R&D networking events31st March 2022
The people involved in OmniMusic are musicians and technologists with a passion for using their knowledge and skills in these two areas to create inclusive music making opportunities.
We’re definite believers in being ‘stronger together’ so we’ve teamed up with local and national creative technologists to share ideas about using and developing assistive technology for music making and production.
We’ve recently hosted two Research and Development sharing days, where we were joined by assistive technologists from The University of Tromsø, former colleagues from the University of York, Tobii Dynavox, Melland High School, and creative technologists from around the North West showcasing the best of grassroots innovation and imagination!
Read more about our other Research and Development projects here.
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