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* [http://northernsounds.com/forum/showthread.php?t=50042 Disabled Musicians] use Music Technology to Perform Software Instruments with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Big Band
* [http://northernsounds.com/forum/showthread.php?t=50042 Disabled Musicians] use Music Technology to Perform Software Instruments with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra Big Band
* [http://createdigitalmusic.com/2007/07/20/advice-wanted-alternative-controllers-to-overcome-disabilities/ alternative controllers] discussion
* [http://createdigitalmusic.com/2007/07/20/advice-wanted-alternative-controllers-to-overcome-disabilities/ alternative controllers] discussion
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* [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jeccles/220c/ Drum Gum]
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'''references from kind CCRMA folk'''
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* Frank Wilson - neurosurgeon at Stanford who dealt extensively with musicians who had health/mobility issues that forced them to stop playing.
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His book, The Hand, which deals more with the idea that the development of the human hand had a much stronger impact on the evolution of the brain
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and language than we previously thought. -From Michael Gurevich
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* [http://www.myspace.com/ronalford Ronal Ford Myspace] Turning wheelchair into a musical controller.  Might be interesting to talk to. -From Luke Dahl. 
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* [http://www.cs.princeton.edu/aphasia/ Aphasia] Perry Cook possibly related Princeton project. -From Ge Wang. 
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* [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~jeccles/220c/ The Drum Gum] the drum gum is supposed to make it possible for one-legged drummers to open and
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close a hi-hat. -From Ed Berdahl
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* [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~eberdahl/Projects/HapticDrumstick/index.html Haptic Drumstick] The haptic drumstick makes it easy to play drum rolls single-handedly, so it would be
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helpful for drummers who have lost one arm. -From Ed Berdahl
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* [http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/article_740.shtml Music and Arthritis]
* [http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/article_740.shtml Music and Arthritis]
* [http://www.livingmysong.org.uk/choosinginstruments.htm Choosing an instrument] for a disabled player
* [http://www.livingmysong.org.uk/choosinginstruments.htm Choosing an instrument] for a disabled player
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* [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~eberdahl/Projects/HapticDrumstick/index.html The Haptic Drumstick]
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[[Category: Projects]]

Current revision as of 17:00, 4 March 2008

The idea is to create new musical instruments for people with limited mobility.


links: some of these are kinda random...just 'linkstorming' I guess...


prior art:

references from kind CCRMA folk

  • Frank Wilson - neurosurgeon at Stanford who dealt extensively with musicians who had health/mobility issues that forced them to stop playing.

His book, The Hand, which deals more with the idea that the development of the human hand had a much stronger impact on the evolution of the brain and language than we previously thought. -From Michael Gurevich

  • Ronal Ford Myspace Turning wheelchair into a musical controller. Might be interesting to talk to. -From Luke Dahl.
  • Aphasia Perry Cook possibly related Princeton project. -From Ge Wang.
  • The Drum Gum the drum gum is supposed to make it possible for one-legged drummers to open and

close a hi-hat. -From Ed Berdahl

  • Haptic Drumstick The haptic drumstick makes it easy to play drum rolls single-handedly, so it would be

helpful for drummers who have lost one arm. -From Ed Berdahl


individuals:

(Hayden, can you add the guy you were talking about here...I can't remember his name.)


groups:


misc:

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