Monday, November 15 • 14:00 - 14:50
PANEL: Making Audio More Accessible

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Disabled people are rarely included in the conversations about accessibility in audio applications and development. Yet this is such an important part of succeeding in making hardware and software accessible. After all, there is no one-size fits all solution.

Join us for an important panel discussion with disabled artists and producers about their experiences, perspectives, ideas, achievements, and the challenges they have faced in audio production. This session is a chance for you to learn more about what can make or break accessibility in audio production tools.


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William King

Hey my name is William, I play Drums, Bass, Keyboards and I also sing sometimes as backing vocals. I am currently in college doing a level 3 Music production & performance. I am also with Heart n Soul in a band called Electric Fire, and I have performed with them a lot. I love it... Read More →
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Jason Dasent

Owner & CEO, Studio Jay Recording
Jason Dasent has over 25 years’ experience in all aspects of recording and music production. Jason launched Studio Jay Recording in Trinidad in 2000 catering to both the Advertising Sector and Artist Production for many top Caribbean recording artists. He has done Music Scores... Read More →
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Amy Dickens

Accessibility Consultant, Amy Dickens
Amy is an accessibility consultant for music software and hardware. They are a certified Accessibility Specialist awarded by the International Association of Accessibility Professionals. Since 2015 Amy has been researching accessible digital musical instruments. They currently work... Read More →
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Amble Skuse

Amble is currently working on two sound walks, one in Nantes France, and one in Belgrade Serbia. The sound walks explore the interfacing of a new city upon a wheelchair user, and highlight textures, experiences and thoughts of the wheelchair user allowing the internal experience to... Read More →
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Robyn Steward

Robyn grew up in Suffolk and lives in London. She is an avant-garde left field trumpeter and curator of Robyn’s Rocket, inclusive conscious gigs at Café OTO. She is an author of three books: the first on periods and menstruation, the second on autistic women safety, and third on... Read More →

Monday November 15, 2021 14:00 - 14:50 GMT
1) Ctrl 10 South Pl, London EC2M 7EB, UK