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'''EAMIR''' is an open-source music technology project involving alternate controllers, sensors, and adaptive instruments to facilitate music composition, performance, and instruction through a collection of interactive music systems. The EAMIR software apps have been implemented in classrooms, including special needs and disabilities populations, research projects, and composition/performance environments. This project was developed by [//www.vjmanzo.com V.J. Manzo, PhD] and is available [//www.eamir.org here].
 
'''EAMIR''' is an open-source music technology project involving alternate controllers, sensors, and adaptive instruments to facilitate music composition, performance, and instruction through a collection of interactive music systems. The EAMIR software apps have been implemented in classrooms, including special needs and disabilities populations, research projects, and composition/performance environments. This project was developed by [//www.vjmanzo.com V.J. Manzo, PhD] and is available [//www.eamir.org here].
 
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EAMIR is an open-source music technology project involving alternate controllers, sensors, and adaptive instruments to facilitate music composition, performance, and instruction through a collection of interactive music systems. The EAMIR software apps have been implemented in classrooms, including special needs and disabilities populations, research projects, and composition/performance environments. This project was developed by V.J. Manzo, PhD and is available here.