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DALGLEISH, Mathew (2024) The Benefits of Technology in Music Education. Music Mark News.

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DALGLEISH, Mathew (2023) Who Can Play? Rethinking Video Game Controllers and Accessibility. In: Disability and Video Games: Practices of En-/Disabling Modes of Digital Gaming. Palgrave Games in Context . Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 44-71. ISBN 978-3031343735

Conference or Workshop Item

DALGLEISH, Mathew (2024) Beyond Novelty: A More Social and Reflective Take on Musical Interfaces and Music Technology. In: Digital Innovation in Music Education Conference, 25th June 2024.

DALGLEISH, Mathew (2024) Beneath the Front Panel, Accessibility? Revisiting the Commercial Modular Synthesizer in the age of NIME. In: Commercial Electronic Musical Instruments in 21st Century Music Practice, 9-10 September 2024, University of West London, St. Mary’s Road, Ealing, London W5 5RF..

Payne, Christopher and DALGLEISH, Mathew (2024) TYG: A Couch Co-Op Musical Instrument in UE5. In: The 2nd Symposium on Virtual Worlds Research (SVWR), 30th May 2024, Catalyst Gallery, Staffordshire University, Stoke on Trent. (Unpublished)

Payne, Chris, DALGLEISH, Mathew and HEADLEAND, Christopher (2024) Tyg: A Single-Screen Environment for “Couch Co-Op” Multiplayer Music-Making. In: Noisefloor 2024, 27th-28th May 2024, Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal..

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