Becoming a computer musician

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Sams Pub., 1994 - Computers - 258 pages
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This is an ideal book for veteran computer users and those new to the field. Through practical examples and entertaining real-world stories, it shows how users can easily and successfully integrate computers and music.
-- Teaches users how to create computer music with hands-on examples
-- The author is an internationally known digital music expert
-- Explains the principles of using computers for exploration, composition, and the production of music
-- CD-ROM contains special evaluation versions of music software for Windows, Macintosh, and DOS, complete music scores from the author, video clips, and more

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Contents

Why Become a Computer Musician?
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A Programs That Teach Music 207
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Basic Composition with Windows
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