Musicians and Computers
Warner Bros. Publications, 1998 - Music - 64 pages
This book is a primer for how musicians use computers in their work and daily life. Included is information about computer hardware and software, operating systems, configurations, and applications. Various music-related software programs are covered for music learning/skills development, music productivity, and career management. It's a tremendous resource for music educators.
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