As a follow-up to our article in Special Children Magazine on resurrecting old accessible music technology, we’ve put together some additional pictures and links. If you find something you don’t recognise then please drop us an email and we’ll do our best to help. This time we’re looking at some of the sensors and switches that you might find, […]
As a follow-up to our article in Special Children Magazine on resurrecting old accessible music technology, we’ll be putting together some pictures and links to help. If you find something you don’t recognise then please drop us an email and we’ll do our best to help. Original MIDIcreator This is the original MIDIcreator, which has a range […]
A number of papers and articles have been published over the years featuring MIDIcreator. The following list was put together several years ago but maybe helpful to anyone doing research in accessible and assistive music technology.
This information was previously hosted on the MIDIcreator-Resources website.
The answer to this is both yes and no. Yes, it is old, but it’s still highly usable in an SEND setting for music making.
John Biddulph, Music for ASD Project Director, talks about using the MIDIcreator with some young people on the Autistic spectrum.
Music Teacher and Educational Technology Consultant Audrey Podmore discusses using MIDIcreator with patients with neuro-disabilities.
In this short case study from 2005, Kathy Watson discusses using a MIDIcreator to aid in communication.
Kathy Watson discusses first steps with the MIDIcreator, working with a young boy with autism at the Bridge School in Telford.
Sally Zimmerman, Music Education Advisor at the RNIB, discusses using the MIDIblock with a number of children. This case study was previously hosted on the MIDIcreator-Resources website and is dated according to it’s original submission to that site. My use of your wonderful kit is still as limited, but as regular, as ever. I’m using the MIDIblock […]