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Elements of Computer Music - 90 edition

Elements of Computer Music (ISBN10: 0132525526; ISBN13: 9780132525527)
ISBN13: 978-0132525527
ISBN10: 0132525526

This is a general introduction to the theory of computer music, giving details on sound, digital signal processing, math, and C programming. It assumes a strong knowledge of music.

Edition/Copyright: 90
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Published: 02/17/1998
International: No

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Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 1990 Soft Cover First Edition Near Fine 8vo-over 7?"-9?" tall. Copy has rubbing with minor shelfwear. Elements of Computer Music details how to analyze, process, and synthesiz moree musical structures and sounds using computer technology. Musicians with intermediate to advanced background will find it invaluable. This book also opens up the world of music to computer hackers and professional programmers. Techniques used to represent the sounds of conventional instruments in your machine, ways sound can be digitized and manipulated within the computer, methods for developing musical instruments and sonic effects of your own creation, manner in which the aural quality of various locations can be interwined and manipulated with music, computer aided composing techniques, and much more! Illustrated with b/w graphics. xiv/560pp. Desirable! less
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