Music and Computers
by Phil Burk, et al.
Publisher: Columbia University 2011
Number of pages: 188
This book is intended as a user-friendly introduction to music and computers for college and upper-division secondary students. By organizing a presentation around interactive visual and sonic examples, we hope to provide a resource and guide for those just beginning to look at the field of computer music, as well as for more advanced computer composers who might benefit from a fresh insight.
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