Entries by alice zawoda

The Benefits of Control One, from the Customers Themselves

At Digit Music, we’ve made it our mission to break down the barriers to creativity that various disabilities can impose on those affected. Control One, our pioneering technological invention, provides wheelchair users with a simple, revolutionary way to create and compose music from the comfort of their own controllers. Combining outstanding research with astonishing innovation, […]


Listening to music not only aids concentration and motivation, but it has also been scientifically proven that listening to music stimulates the release of dopamine – the ‘feel good’ chemical that we naturally produce during times of pleasure and happiness. This manifests into improving spells of low moods, subsiding symptoms of depression and improving cognitive […]

Digit Music WON the Tech4Good 2019 Accessibility Award

On Wednesday, Digit Music headed down to London to attend the Tech4Good 2019 award ceremony, alongside members of Inspire Youth Arts and budding musician, Jess Fisher, who has delivered live performances using our Control One device. The Tech4Good annual ceremony which is hosted by AbilityNet and supported by BT, recognises and celebrates inspirational organisations and […]

Digit Music’s Visit to Ashfield Academy

We have had a busy yet fulfilling beginning to the week; we spent Monday and Tuesday at Ashfield Academy introducing our revolutionary Control One device. Ashfield Academy is a Special Educational Needs school, accommodating for the ages between 4-19, where it celebrates its excellent spirit in nurturing young individuals with a wide range of disabilities. […]

Digit Music Presents Control One

From the dawn of time, music is found in every human culture, from isolated prehistoric tribes to massive 21st century multimedia conglomerates. Although primarily a form of entertainment, the therapeutic power of music has long been recorded. A simple melody can invoke a thousand memories, and provide a connection that overcomes the barrier of language […]