MUSYS: Software for an electronic music studio

@article{Grogono1973MUSYSSF,
  title={MUSYS: Software for an electronic music studio},
  author={Peter Grogono},
  journal={Software: Practice and Experience},
  year={1973},
  volume={3}
}
  • P. Grogono
  • Published 1 October 1973
  • Computer Science, Art
  • Software: Practice and Experience
MUSYS is a system of programs used to create electronic music at the computer studio of Electronic Music Studios, London. This paper describes the programming language employed by composers, and the implementation of its compiler and of other programs in the system. It is shown that by the use of a macrogenerator, an efficient and useful system can be built from simple software on a small computer. 

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