A lightly edited transcript of Dave Miller's interview with Myles de Bastion, a deaf musician, designer and founder of CymaSpace.
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The first Northwest Deaf Arts Festival will highlight inclusion with the help of deaf musician Myles de Bastion. He has incorporated visual and tactile ways to experience music into the event.
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