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Samuels, Robert

Using the Digidesign Sound Tools Environment in an Undergraduate Music Technology Course

1995

Thursday 27 July 2006, by Rob Weale

In this article, the author reflects on his experiences of teaching on an undergraduate course in music that included a music technology element. In particular, he explores certain issues raised by the pedagogic use of commercial sound production software, examples used are, Performer (sequencer), Sound Designer II (editor), Turbosynth (synthesis) and SampleCell Editor (sampling).

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