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Introduction to Computer Music (edition 2009)

by Nick Collins (Author)

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An up-to-date, core undergraduate text, Introduction to ComputerMusic deals with both the practical use of technology in musicand the key principles underpinning the discipline. It targets bothmusicians exploring computers, and technologists engaging withmusic, and does so in the confidence that both groups can learntremendously from the cross-disciplinary encounter. It is designedto approach computer music as its own subject and strongly bridgethe arts to computing divide, benefiting and reconciling bothmusicians and computer scientists. You will need little or no prior experience of computerprogramming itself, and may not have an extensive background inmathematics or music, but this highly engaging textbook will helpyou master many disciplines at once, with a focus on bothfascinating theories and exciting practical applications.… (more)
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Title:Introduction to Computer Music
Authors:Nick Collins (Author)
Info:John Wiley & Sons (2009), 396 pages
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An up-to-date, core undergraduate text, Introduction to ComputerMusic deals with both the practical use of technology in musicand the key principles underpinning the discipline. It targets bothmusicians exploring computers, and technologists engaging withmusic, and does so in the confidence that both groups can learntremendously from the cross-disciplinary encounter. It is designedto approach computer music as its own subject and strongly bridgethe arts to computing divide, benefiting and reconciling bothmusicians and computer scientists. You will need little or no prior experience of computerprogramming itself, and may not have an extensive background inmathematics or music, but this highly engaging textbook will helpyou master many disciplines at once, with a focus on bothfascinating theories and exciting practical applications.

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