Ricerche sull'utilizzo del SoundBeam  

JACKSON, DAVID: 'Ark in Performance' (video interview transcript). Soundbeam Project 1992.

JACKSON, DAVID: 'Soundbeam Artistry' creative user manual, Soundbeam Project 1995.

JACKSON, DAVID: 'More than the Music' in Special Children, Nov/Dec 1994, pp 31-32.

JACOBS, CYNTHIA: 'Investigating non-tactile MIDI controllers for severely disabled children' University of Western Sydney, Nepean, Australia. 1997.

JOHNSTON, CHRIS: 'Disabled sound out the music' in Times Higher Ed. Supp. 21/6/96, p.7

KOENIG, ANNE: 'Tapping into Creativity' in Philadelphia Sunday News, 16/3/97

McCORD, KIM: ' Moving Beyond "That's All I Can Do": Encouraging Music Creativity in Children with Learning Disabilities' Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education. 2004. pp.1-10.

McPHAIL, PETE: 'The Soundbeam in Special Education - Movement into Music'. Soundabout, 2003.

McPHAIL, PETE: 'Let's Commusicate'. Soundabout, 2002

OCKELFORD, ADAM: 'Music and visually impaired children', RNIB 1993

PEGGIE, ANDREW; 'Soundbeams breach symphony hall' in Sounding Board, Spring '94, pp12-14.

PERRY, BETHANY G. and WOLSLEGEL, WENDY M.: 'Assessment of effectiveness of Soundbeam to Elicit Movement and Social Interaction'. University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, 1997.

DEL QUIARO, ROBERT: 'Notes and Beams' in The Guardian, 9/1/98, p.14.

RICKSON, DAPHNE: 'Soundbeam'. New Zealand Conference on Technology for People with Special Needs. <http://nz.com/webnz/ability/csn_papers:html>

RUSSELL, KATHRYN: 'Imagining the Music, Exploring the Movement: Soundbeam in the Sunshine State'. Queensland Journal of Music Education, 4,1, 1996. Pp 41-48.

RUSSELL, KATHRYN and RUSSELL, NEIL: ' "See that? That's magic": New Sounds and Sights in Music Movement Improvisation - the Soundbeam Experience. ASME, Brisbane, July 1997.

SOUTHAMPTON MUSIC SERVICES: 'Beaming with Pleasure - practical activities linking Soundbeam into the curriculum' <s.beckett@southampton.gov.uk>

SPEARE, PAULA: 'The Multiple uses of Soundbeam in the Music National Curriculum for Visually Impaired Students'. Dissertation, University of Birmingham, 1995.

SWINBURNE, CAROLINE: 'On The Airwaves' in Nursery World, 16 April 1998, p.22

SWINGLER, TIM: 'Unlocking Musicality: using Soundbeam as a new key to eloquence' in Krout, R. : Integrating Technology, Music Therapy Perspectives, NAMT, 1994, 12, 1, pp. 4-5.

SWINGLER, TIM: 'Dinosaurs and Butterflies' in Extending Horizons, NCET, 1995.

SWINGLER, TIM: 'Creativity as Therapy using Soundbeam' National Association of Paediatric Occupational Therapy Newsletter, Spring 1996, pp. 31-33.

SWINGLER, TIM: 'Movement into Music' YES Magazine, issue 11, pp 16-17

SWINGLER, TIM: 'Liberation or Limitation?' in Extending Horizons op. cit.

SWINGLER, TIM: 'The drum is not the only weapon' in Nordic Journal of Music Therapy, 1995, 4 (2), pp.103 - 107.

SWINGLER, TIM: 'Choreography as Composition - Movement into Music: using Soundbeam as a new key to creative eloquence'. Proceedings of the Biennial World Conference, ISME, 1994,

SWINGLER, TIM 'A Special Experience of Hearing, Seeing and Feeling:Combining Sound, Light and Vibration for Relaxation and Interaction' in Laufer, D. and Montgomery, J. (Eds.) 'Music as a Medium: Applications and Interventions' Verlag Dohr Köln. 1998. pp. 129-137.

SWINGLER, TIM 'Extemporisation, Contemplation and Joy: Composing and Performing with Soundbeam - the invisible keyboard in the air' in Laufer, D. and Montgomery, J. (Eds.) 'Resonances with Music in Education, Therapy and Medicine'. Verlag Dohr 2002, pp. 143-149.

VENHUIZEN, A., FIGUEIRA, A., and CRISTÓSTOMO, R. : 'The Impact of Soundbeam in Profound Mental Disability.' APPACDM - Coimbra, 2003. cao.app@clix.pt

WELCH, G., OCKELFORD, A. and ZIMMERMANN, S. 'Provision of Music in Special Education (PROMISE)' University of London Institute of Education / RNIB 2001. Pp. 24, 32, 40-43, 49.