Computer Music Journal volume 1, number 3, June 1977. John Snell.

Computer Music Journal volume 1, number 3, June 1977.

People's Computer Company, CA 1977; 64 pages, white paper/newsprint type selfwrap; illustrations, references, advertisements; cover illustration by Jeff Gold.

Condition: Very Good, tight stapled binding, pages clean and unmarked, a bit of shelfwear.

Keywords: computer music journal 1977, vintage computer music, early computer music, composing music on early computers, 1970s computers

Categories: 1970's computers and computing

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Price: $25.00

Item Description

The third issue of this influential computer music magazine. 'Devoted to high-quality musical applications of digital electronics, regardless of whether these applications involve inexpensive home computers or large university installations...' (from the Editors section)

Contents -- Some Reflections on the nature of the landscape wihtin which Computer Music Systems are Designed (Chadabe)

Lexicon of Analyzed Tones (part 2, clarinet and oboe tones) analysis and plotting programs by James A Moorer and John Gray with editorial notes by John Strawn

The POD System of Interactive Composition Programs (Barry Truax)

Ripples (Greg Armbruster); The Simulation of Moving Sound Sources (Chowning)

Record review - unplayed by human hands (Strawn); Products of Interest.