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Live Technology includes ways to make voices and musical instruments sound as good as possible. It may also be used to create, carry, and manipulate digital sounds. Using hardware like microphones, mixers, speakers and other devices may promote expression, creativity, and motor skills, while increasing client-accessibility.
Using and developing live technology with other disciplines creates opportunities for connection, collaboration, and awareness.
The Live Technology Cranny was compiled by Jesse Asch-Ortiz, Gabby Banzon, Andrew Knight, James Maxson, Chris Millett, and Rebecca West
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