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The Longevity of Bespoke, Accessible Music Technology: A Case for Community

Lucas, Alex; Ortiz, Miguel; Schroeder, Franziska

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Michon, Romain; Schroeder, Franziska

Based on the experience garnered through a longitudinal ethnographic study, the authors reflect on the practice of designing and fabricating bespoke, accessible music tech- nologies. Of particular focus are the social, technical and environmental factors at play which make the provision of such technology a reality. The authors make suggestions of ways to achieve long-term, sustained use. Seemingly those involved in its design, fabrication and use could benefit from a concerted effort to share resources, knowledge and skill as a mobilised community of practitioners.
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