MIT Press MA, 1980, pp 1 - 79 inclusive plus advertisements; double-column text, photographs and illustrations, References at ends of articles.
Condition: Very Good, stapled cardstock covers, softcover; some wear at ends, mailing label on rear cover; prev. owner's rubberstamp name and address on table of contents page. The staples and binding are tight, pages are clean and unmarked.
Keywords: computer music journal 1980, vintage computer music, computer music and artificial intelligence, marvin minsky, computer improvisation, computer music in the 1980s, computers in the 1980s, composing music on an old computer
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Item DescriptionArtificial Intelligence and Music, part 2 Includes -- Approximation and Syntactic Analysis of Amplitude and Frequency Functions for Digital Sound Synthesis (Strawn)
Interview with Marvin Minsky (Roads) Musical Software - descriptions and abstractions (Greussay)
Computer Improvisation (Fry) Other sections include Reviews; Products of Interest (with photographs and short descriptions of then-current equipment etc); more.