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An Historical Perspective on Research Cycles in Music Computer-Based Technology
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BCFRME Volume 126, ISSN 0010-9894

Abstract

Reviews selected research in music computer-based technology and identifies four research cycles/patterns: technological development, adaptation, feasibility, and effectiveness. Asserts that identification is important because it places research in a defining framework. (MJP)

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Berz, W.L. & Bowman, J. (1995). An Historical Perspective on Research Cycles in Music Computer-Based Technology. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, 126, 15-28. Retrieved December 4, 2021 from .

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