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Review: On the Sensations of ToneUser Review - Mark - Goodreads
Wonderful book which ought to be de rigeur for the composer, includes a chart which gives scope and range of pitch in Khz and the octave scale for a few dozen instruments. As well as great technical information... Read full review
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