Click-and-Consequence learning with Digital Audio Workstations

Adam Patrick Bell is Assistant Professor of Music Technology and Music Education at Montclair State University. His research interests include self-led learning with digital audio workstations, home recording practices, video and screen recording ethnographic research methods for music education, and de-marginalizing music education practices with music technology.


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