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    Call for participants in electronic music making research study

    Dear SMT Community, 

    We are two music researchers conducting a research study on how people engage with electronic musical instruments. The survey takes about 10-15 minutes and is completely anonymous. All musicians with any experience with electronic music-making are welcome. We especially encourage people with disabilities of all ages and gender identities to participate in the survey. Please feel free to pass on this survey to anyone who may be interested.

    The survey can be accessed from:


    Thank you very much for your time and participation.

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    Dr Emma Frid - Researcher into Accessible Digital Musical Instruments (IRCAM STMS Lab, Paris, France / Sound and Music Computing, KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)

    Dr Alon Ilsar - Musician, Instrument Inventor and Researcher into Gestural Digital Musical Instruments (SensiLab, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia)

    *For further information on the research project, please contact Emma Frid (emmafrid@kth.se).

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