Virtual Music: How the Web Got Wired for Sound
Virtual Music: How the Web Got Wired for Sound is a personal story of how one composer has created new music on the web, a history of interactive music, and a guide for aspiring musicians who want to harness the new creative opportunities offered by web composing. Also includes a 4-page color insert.
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CHAPTER 1 A BRIEF HISTORY OF INTERACTIVE MUSIC
A CASE STUDY IN MOTION
A CASE STUDY IN SPACE
CHAPTER 4 MUSIC ON THE WEB IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
A CASE STUDY IN TIME
CHAPTER 6 CELL PHONES AND SATELLITES
CHAPTER 7 ART AND ETHICS ONLINE
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