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software created by V.J. Manzo and the EAMIR community (2010)


This package contains all of the "E00" apps used in the summer 2010 research project IMTCP.

For more information about IMTCP, visit




Source Code

Edit DocumentSource code requires Max/MSP/Jitter 5 or later and the EAMIR SDK


Use & Implementation:

View the Documentation for the ways these apps were used with a group of middleschool non-musicians. View additional research and software at and additional activity chord charts at



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