Articles about AUMI and AUMI Research
"Hacking the AUMI: Paper offers tips, case studies", KU Today, by Rick Hellman, 06/28/2018
"Sympathetic Vibrations | AUMI-Zing , Software Aims To Give Individuals Of All Abilities The Power To Jam", FLATLAND, by Dan Calderon, November 30, 2017.
- "Grants to spur mixed-ability jam sessions using computerized instrument." US Official News, January 9, 2017.
"Software helps children make music." Guelph Mercury [Guelph, Ontario], 3 Feb. 2010, p. A4.
"MUSIC IMPROVISATION SOFTWARE: AN INTERFACE FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE DISABILITIES." States News Service, 14 Sept. 2010.
"Severely-disabled Students Making Music with Specialized Programs." Examiner
Stern, Linda, "A Magical Keyboard," Newsweek. October 15, 2007
Sanchez, Omar, "How a Motion Tracking Musical Software is Breaking Down Boundaries for People with Disabilities," Daily Kansan, March 16, 2017.
Staedtler, Tracy, "Music on the Tip of Your Nose," Discovery News, ABC Science. May 30, 2007
"Adaptive Musical Instruments (AMIs): Past, Present, and Future Research Directions"
by Grond, Florian, Keiko Shikaki-Thomas, and Eric Lewis,
Canadian Journal of Disability Studies Vol. 9, No. 1 (2020)
"Using the Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI) in Music Therapy Clinical Practice", by
Abbey L Dvorak, PHD, MT-BC,
Elizabeth Boresow, MT-BC
Music Therapy Perspectives, miy012, https://doi.org/10.1093/mtp/miy012
Published: 02 July 2018
- "Aumi-Futurism: The Elsewhere and "Elsewhen" of (Un)Rolling the Boulder and Turning the Page", Music and Arts in Action (MAIA), by Jesse Stewart, Sherrie Tucker, Peter A. Williams, and Kip Haaheim - Vol.6, No 1, (2017)
- Dvorak, Abbey, and Sherrie Tucker, "The Adaptive Use Musical Instrument (AUMI): A Useful App for Inclusive Practice," Imagine: Music Therapy, Fall 2017 v. 8, n. 1, 48-50.
Lair, Liam, and Ashley Mog, "Embodied Knowledge and Accessible Community: An Oral History of Four Rehearsals and a Performance," The Oral History Review 43, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 2016), 25-51
Lair, Liam, and Ashley Mog, "Four Rehearsals and a Performance: an Oral History," (Digital Humanities Project)
Lázaro-Moreno, Caleb, "Technological Interventions, or Between AUMI and Afrocuban Timba," Sounding Out Blog, May 29, 2017.
Oliveros, Pauline, Leaf Miller, Jaclyn Heyen, Gillian Siddall, and Sergio Hazard, "A Musical Improvisation Interface for People with Severe Disabilities," Music and Medicine 3(3) (2011), 172-181.
Pask, Andrew, "The Adaptive Use Instruments Project" (interview with Pauline Oliveros and Zevon Polzin), Sounding the Margins: Collected Writings, 1992-2010. (Kingston: Deep Listening Institute, 2010), 186-190.
Tucker, Sherrie, Jaclyn Heyen, Christine Sun Kim, Leaf Miller, Pauline Oliveros, Neil Rolnick, Clara Tomaz, and David Whalen, "Stretched Boundaries: Improvising Across Abilities," ed. Ellen Waterman and Gillian Siddall, Negotiated Moments: Improvisation, Sound, and Subjectivity (Duke University Press, 2016), 181-198.
Waterman, Ellen; Susan LeMessurier Quinn and Mark Finch. "AUMI – an Adaptive Use Musical Instrument for use in Music Therapy." Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy v. 16, n. 3, oct. 2016. ISSN 1504-1611. Available at:
https://www.voices.no/index.php/voices/article/view/834. Date accessed: 03 Nov. 2016. doi:10.15845/voices.v16i3.834.