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A new music technology system to teach music

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5 Author(s)
A. Lassauniere ; Counterpoint Music Technol. Consultants, Worthing, UK ; G. E. Tewkesbury ; D. A. Sanders ; J. Marchant
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A new music technology system is being created by the University of Portsmouth and Counterpoint MTC in order to assist music teachers in Education. This paper describes this system which consists of a network of up to 16 portable keyboards linked together via electronic interfaces to computers. Used alone, an electronic interface supplies power to a music keyboard and processes MIDI signals in real time to control the keyboard. When linked to other electronic interfaces, an audio network is created for grouping users together, each interface being controlled remotely from a control computer or a portable keyboard using a localised data network. A further system is introduced which incorporates an additional data network which can be linked to the Internet and will allow distance learning functions to be added

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EUROMICRO Conference, 1999. Proceedings. 25th  (Volume:2 )

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