Jacob Harrison
Jacob Harrison
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Musical instruments for novices: comparing NIME, HCI and Crowdfunding approaches
A McPherson, F Morreale, J Harrison
New directions in music and human-computer interaction, 179-212, 2019
202019
Democratising DMIs: the relationship of expertise and control intimacy.
RH Jack, J Harrison, F Morreale, AP McPherson
NIME, 184-189, 2018
142018
When is a Guitar not a Guitar? Cultural Form, Input Modality and Expertise.
J Harrison, RH Jack, F Morreale, AP McPherson
NIME, 299-304, 2018
82018
An Adapted Bass Guitar for One-Handed Playing
J Harrison, A McPherson
New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 2017
72017
Adapting the bass guitar for one-handed playing
J Harrison, AP McPherson
Journal of New Music Research 46 (3), 270-285, 2017
52017
Accessible instruments in the wild: Engaging with a community of learning-disabled musicians
J Harrison, A Chamberlain, AP McPherson
Extended Abstracts of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2019
22019
Supplementary Material for thesis ‘Instruments and access: The role of instruments in music and disability’
J Harrison
Queen Mary University of London, 2020
2020
A CHARTER FOR DISABLED PEOPLE USING HOSPITALS-PREPARED BY THE ROYAL-COLLEGE-OF-PHYSICIANS AND THE PRINCE-OF-WALES-ADVISORY-GROUP-ON-DISABILITY
M BAKER, A BEST, S BRADSHAW, A CHAMBERLAIN, S CLEMENTS, ...
JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF LONDON 26 (2), 128-129, 1992
1992
Digital Musical Instruments as Research Products
RH Jack, J Harrison, AP McPherson
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