Experiencing Music Technology: Software, Data, and Hardware, Volume 1
Schirmer Books, 1996 - Computer sound processing - 594 pages
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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