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Computer Music and Digital Audio

James L. Zychowicz, series editor
John Strawn, founding editor

A-R's Computer Music and Digital Audio Series has a reputation for being the major source for books dealing with the interactions between music, audio, computers, digital technology, and related topics. Drawing on expert knowledge from diverse fields, including music, audio engineering, physics, and computer science, the series includes textbooks, how-to books, anthologies, original monographs, along with books for home (multimedia) computer users and synthesizer players. The names of the authors in the series read like a "who's who" in the field of computer music.

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Kefauver: The Audio Recording Handbook


Schaffer: Knowledge-Based Programming for Music Research


Cope: Experiments in Musical Intelligence, 2nd ed.


Rothstein: MIDI: A Comprehensive Introduction, 2nd ed.


Cope: Computers and Musical Style


Pohlmann: The Compact Disc Handbook, 2nd ed.

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