This is the second of two blog posts on my work with BBC Performing Arts Fund fellow Bram Harrison a.k.a DJ Eyetech.
We are delighted that Dr Brendan McCloskey (University of Ulster’s School of Creative Technologies) will be visiting our London offices on December 5th to introduce a unique and collaboratively designed accessible musical instrument called ‘inGrid’.
This blog post charts the continuation of my work with BBC Performing Arts Fund fellow Bram Harrison a.k.a DJ Eyetech. Bram describes himself as living with ‘locked in syndrome’ and we’re working together to enable him to make music on his EyeGaze computer…
Drake Music, in partnership with Music Hackspace, will host a one day Hackathon at NIME 2014 Open Day, Goldsmiths University, London on Friday 4th July.
Prima Vista publishes braille music and carries out research and development in braille music technology projects. Visitors to Prima Vista’s website at http://primavistamusic.com can browse by ear for braille editions […]
From short tweets, great things emerge. That’s what happened when Drake Music’s head of R&D Gawain Hewitt set up a Twitter profile for his work at the charity. Little did he know what he would achieve by posting a few tweets.
I popped into Drake Music HQ recently to find Gawain Hewitt playing around with Leap Motion.
The Open Orchestra project- a collaboration between Drake Music and the BBC that brings together six schools to compose for the BBC Symphony Orchestra- has provided a platform to road test some new assistive music technologies that aim to get to the heart of harmonic composition.