An Introduction to the Creation of Electroacoustic Music
This text aims to be accessible to students relatively inexperienced with electronic musical technology, while also sufficiently detailed for technical and musical achievement. Furthermore, it stresses the notion that, despite all the attention given to technique, the principal goal is musical expression.
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FROM SOUND TO ELECTRICITY AND BACK
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acoustic aftertouch amplitude analog synthesizers audience Audio outputs audio signal beginning cable called channel Chapter chord composer composition control voltage copy create CRI SD cutoff frequency data byte described devices dial digital sound drum machine duration effects electrical electroacoustic music Electronic Music envelope ETUDE example Figure filter FM synthesis guitar heard Hz fc input instru key velocity keyboard keyboard synthesizer listener loudness loudspeaker melody ments microphone MIDI data MIDI messages MIDI network MIDI THRU mixer mixing console musical instruments musicians noise Note On message octave onstage Opcode Systems oscillator overtone particular passage patch patterns perhaps piano piece pitch bend playback possible preset produced quantization range reverberation sample files sampler sawtooth wave sequencer SMPTE SMPTE time code splicing status byte stereo string studio switch tape deck tape recorder techniques texture timbre tion tone color track typically vibrations wave waveform