combination of music and cutting-edge technology lies at the heart
of two research projects undertaken in the South West of
At the Arts Institute at Bournemouth, research students have
been testing and producing content for a prototype audio-visual
product called the DVJ-X1.Developed by Pioneer, the product
combines video mixing with traditional DJ-ing to produce a full
audio-visual performance fully controlled from the same decks.
And at Bath Spa University College, a multimedia educational
package is being developed for the National Curriculum. “The
Music Key” - set to revolutionise the teaching of music and
music technology in schools - is the work of Bath Spa’s
Cendia (the Centre for Digital and Interactive Audio) in a joint
venture with Sound Technology plc and is designed both for teachers
and pupils of all ages.
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