The Music Machine: Selected Readings from Computer Music Journal

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Curtis Roads
MIT Press, 1992 - Computers - 725 pages
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Since its inception in 1976, Computer Music Journal has led the field as the essential resource for musicians, composers, scientists, engineers, and computer enthusiasts interested in contemporary electronic music and computer-generated sound.In The Music Machine, Curtis Roads brings together 53 classic articles published in Computer Music Journal between 1980 and 1985, providing a cohesive survey of the major developments in computer music and in the related technology during the last decade. The book includes interviews with major figures in the field and articles devoted to composition, artificial intelligence, and the popular Music Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI). Roads has written an overview of each of the book's seven parts, highlighting the major topics and placing the various articles in a thematic and historical context.Curtis Roads is a composer, a producer, and associate editor of Computer Music Journal.

 

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Contents

Curtis Roads 2 A Conversation with James A Moorer
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Curtis Roads 4 Interview with Paul Lansky
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Richard Boul anger 6 Interview with Roger Reynolds Joji
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Curtis Roads is Associate Professor of Media Arts and Technology, with a joint appointment in the Department of Music, at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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