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Music education is supported by an increasing range of digital technologies that afford a remarkable divergence of opportunities for learning within the classroom. Musical creativities are not, however, limited to classroom situations; all musicians are engage in work that traverses multiple social and physical settings (Burnard 2014). Guided by sociocultural theory of human action, this paper presents a case-study analysis of two computer-based composers creating one soundtrack together.doi:10.1080/17439884.2015.1047850 fatcat:xqjma6bes5cphjr5c3ctffhuy4