Synthesizers and computers
H. Leonard Pub. Corp., 1987 - Computers - 128 pages
Computers have assumed a pivotal role in music-making as the power to convert sound into numbers creates unimaginable artistic options for the musician. The editors of Keyboard magazine have revised and expanded the original edition of this book to include the latest in technical advances and creative application for the use of computers in music. Written by Bob Moog, Roger Powell, Craig Anderson and a variety of other experts, this is an indispensable addition to the basic library of every musician today.
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