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Examining Temporal Trends and Design Goals of Digital Music Instruments for Education in NIME: A Proposed Taxonomy

Pessoa, Margarida; Parauta, Cláudio; Luís, Pedro; Corintha, Isabela; Bernardes, Gilberto


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