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Violin maker Sam Zygmuntowicz explores how high-tech ways of analysing violins and their sound could help makers and even influence the future forms of instruments
In this partly dramatised short film based on true events, a violinist brain damaged in an accident nearly 30 years ago is given the opportunity to take part in music making through new technology developed by Plymouth University and the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability in London. Rosemary Johnson was ...
Dutch company Prolody has created a new programme to emulate the artistry of a human violinist