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Battier, Marc

Entre l’idée et l’œuvre: parcours de l’informatique musicale


Esthétique des arts médiatiques, Vol. 1. Sainte-Foy: Presses de l’Université du Québec: 319-335.
1995: Ars Sonora, No. 1. Paris: Ars Sonora/CDMC: 20-35.

Computer music came into being from musical research using new digital technology. The author presents major innovations from both directions in computer music: musical assisted composition and sound production. After this first part, he discusses issues pertaining to interfaces and musical representation, where musical research has taken place and the role of real-time digital processes from the 1980s. To conclude, he introduces relevant communities (e.g., ICMA) and the important journals.

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Wednesday 20 July 2005, by Pierre Couprie

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