Adam Hart

Lecturer in Music Technology
Salford, UK
Adam Hart is Lecturer in Music Technology at the University of Salford. He primarily teaches on BA Creative Music Technology and MA Music, specialising in audio programming and emergent technologies. Prior to settling in higher education, Adam held various other roles in the education sector, including teaching secondary school music. His experience of teaching music and interest in digital technology directs his research activities, which mainly concern app-based pedagogies of musical creativity and communication.

Publications

  • Hart, A. (2018), 'The Tablet as a Classroom Musical Instrument', Athens Journal of Education, 5(3), pp.299-324.
  • Hart, A. (2017), 'Towards an Effective Freeware Resource for Music Composition in the Primary Classroom', London Review of Education, 15(3), pp.407-424.
  • Hart, A. (2016), 'Microtonal Tunings in Electronic Dance Music: A Survey of Precedent and Potential', Contemporary Music Review, 35(2), pp.242-262.

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