Computer Music Languages, Kyma, and the Future

@article{Scaletti2002ComputerML,
  title={Computer Music Languages, Kyma, and the Future},
  author={Carla A. Scaletti},
  journal={Computer Music Journal},
  year={2002},
  volume={26},
  pages={69-82}
}
Computer Music Journal, 26:4, pp. 69–82, Winter 2002 Ó 2002 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Eric Lyon organized this symposium around the following two questions. Why has some computer music software survived and developed a following? Where is computer music software today, and where might it be headed in the future? Acknowledging that the term ’’computer music’’ is by now redundant, since virtually all music involves the use of computers in some form or another, he posed these… CONTINUE READING

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