Experiencing Music Technology: Software, Data, and Hardware, Volume 1

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Schirmer Books, 1996 - Computer sound processing - 594 pages
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This second edition of the classic book is thoroughly revised to reflect the vast influence of the Internet. New information on current operating systems, hardware, and software has been added to this comprehensive survey of MIDI, sound generation, Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI), digital recording, sampling, music scoring, and composing.

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Contents

Historical TimelineThe People in Music Technology and Computing
2
Misconceptions and Attitudes
14
RollYourOwn Applications
24
Copyright

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David Brian Williams is Professor of Music and Arts Technology at Illinois State University. Dr. Williams founded one of the first nationally recognized integrated arts technology programs and recently completed a four-year appointment as Associate Vice President for Information Technology on his campus. He has written extensively in the areas of music education, music psychology, music and arts technology, and instructional development. He has served on boards at MENC, CMS, Illinois Music Educators Association, and ATMI. He chaired the MENC task force for developing Opportunity-to-Learn Standards for Music Technology and received the 2001 Illinois Music Educators Association Distinguished Service Award for his work in music technology.

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