Computer music: synthesis, composition, and performance

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Schirmer Books, 1985 - Music - 383 pages
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This text reflects the current state of computer technology and music composition. The authors offer clear, practical overviews of program languages, real-time synthesizers, digital filtering, artificial intelligence, and much more.

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Lots of technical details on the creation of computer music. While this may turn off most readers, it does provide great insight into the amazing amount of thought and detail avant garde composers put ... Read full review

Contents

Fundamentals of Computer Music
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CHAPTER 2
35
CHAPTER 3
63
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